- Election 2012
- Five lessons from the 2012 election
- A campaign for the ages
- Surprising twist: Romney’s truths didn’t deter his female supporters
- Obama’s second term: not hope, but lots of change
- “The beginning of a new era in America”
Parsing the early vote: Who’s winning?
With more than 27 million Americans having already voted, the Obama and Romney campaigns have found a new topic for disagreement: what do the numbers say about who is winning?
Wall Street donors opening checkbooks for Romney
Looking back, the end of Wall Street’s love affair with President Barack Obama came at a meeting in the Oval Office.
Better off 4 years later? A mixed bag of answers
It’s a staple of every presidential election, a single question that puts the incumbent’s record on trial and asks American voters to be the jurors.
White House and control of Congress on the ballot
The White House, the Senate, the tea party revolution in the House and 11 governorships are on the line Tuesday in a fantastically costly, relentlessly negative election played out in unsettled economic times.
Political divide is likely to endure
America will choose a president this week. It may not choose a course for the nation.
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