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Why Local Businesses Cannot Wait for the Election to End

And why TV stations wish it would go on forever.

Can Mary Landrieu's 'Halo Effect' Work Outside New Orleans?

She remains beloved in Louisiana's largest city because of Hurricane Katrina, but in the rest of the state it's a different story.

They're Not Allowed to Talk. But Candidates and PACs Are Brazenly Communicating All the Time.

Candidates, committees, and outside-group allies are sharing more information than ever thanks to a law easily bypassed and an FEC stuck in gridlock.

Where Hillary Clinton Is Most in Her Element

At Georgetown, Clinton could speak freely about women's economic inequality without fear of immediate reprisal.

How Scott Brown Could Win New Hampshire's Nationalized Election

It's a state that loves a wave. And that could be just what the Republican needs to take down Sen. Jeanne Shaheen.

'House of Cards' Inspires Republican Ad Against Kansas Independent

A new radio ad imagines Frank Underwood as the man who 'hatched the plan' for independent candidate Greg Orman.

Sean Parnell and Sarah Palin Are Flipping the Script in Alaska

And not just with an ad featuring a buzz saw.

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Why Local Businesses Cannot Wait for the Election to End

And why TV stations wish it would go on forever.

Can Mary Landrieu's 'Halo Effect' Work Outside New Orleans?

She remains beloved in Louisiana's largest city because of Hurricane Katrina, but in the rest of the state it's a different story.

They're Not Allowed to Talk. But Candidates and PACs Are Brazenly Communicating All the Time.

Candidates, committees, and outside-group allies are sharing more information than ever thanks to a law easily bypassed and an FEC stuck in gridlock.

Where Hillary Clinton Is Most in Her Element

At Georgetown, Clinton could speak freely about women's economic inequality without fear of immediate reprisal.

How Scott Brown Could Win New Hampshire's Nationalized Election

It's a state that loves a wave. And that could be just what the Republican needs to take down Sen. Jeanne Shaheen.

'House of Cards' Inspires Republican Ad Against Kansas Independent

A new radio ad imagines Frank Underwood as the man who 'hatched the plan' for independent candidate Greg Orman.

Sean Parnell and Sarah Palin Are Flipping the Script in Alaska

And not just with an ad featuring a buzz saw.

See More
 
 
 
 
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