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As the foreign policy anger fades from memory, his legacy becomes his social programs.
Regaining dominance in northern suburbia is the GOP's best path to victory.
African Americans have truly come of age in national politics.
From now on, both parties have a new priority.
The increased turnout of Hispanics and blacks, and their current support of Obama, made the difference.
Census data since 1930 shows a remarkable correlation between state income and voting habits.
Frost belt migrants in the Sunshine State vote like other Middle Class suburbanites nationwide.
Some important numbers to remember that will impact the presidential election.
In 2012, more than 60 black and Hispanic Republicans are running for Congress, a new record.
Parity increases the profile of fringe candidates.
The area has been in decline for decades. The Great Recession has not helped.
Expensive vacations and numerous golf outings aren't the problem.
National appeal is great, but Mitt needs Florida and Ohio.
Worrisome indicators hint at a return of high inflation.
Romney’s opponents will need a miracle second-half comeback.
Mormons haven't always been a monolithic Republican base.
His mistakes in Michigan and Ohio were likely his downfall.
Expect the same pattern this month: no big win margins, but consistent strength.
These Big Ten rivals will clarify the race.
For the non-Romney candidates, February may turn out to be the cruelest month.