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N2K: Obama Could be Hard to Beat in 2012

What type of Republican candidate would do best against President Obama in 2012? Charlie Cook has some ideas. Even with the right candidate -- short of another Ronald Reagan -- the incumbent Democrat could still have an edge. Watch to find out why. (Charlie Cook, video by Theresa Poulson with photos by Getty Images)
February 21, 2011
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