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Koch-funded groups attack Obama for 'war on coal'

Oct 18, 2012
Ads target swing states of Ohio and Virginia.
Posted In: 2012 election, coal, Barack Obama, Koch, super PACs, energy

Election 2012 winner: The Internet meme

Oct 17, 2012
From Binders Full of Women to Big Bird, the 2012 election season has inspired a wealth of Internet memes to remember.
Posted In: memes

The "spring break" president?

Oct 17, 2012
New attack ad from a Tea Party PAC says Obama is the one who's out of touch with Americans
Posted In: 2012 election, Barack Obama, tea party, super PACs

Leaving the country if your candidate loses? Sure you are

Oct 17, 2012
The complicated world of election polling.
Posted In: dubner, freakonomics, elections, polls

Debates more significant than usual

Oct 17, 2012
Last night's second presidential debate between President Obama and Governor Romney was fiery and full of pocketbook issues. Will the debate impact the short term polls and the final election outcome?
Posted In: debate, 2012 election

Could the candidates answer these questions in tonight's debate?

Oct 16, 2012
Foreign Policy magazine put together a list of questions they'd ask if they were in the town hall presidential debate tonight.
Posted In: debate

Anti-China rhetoric belies U.S. economic ties

Oct 16, 2012
Mitt Romney says Obama policies force U.S. to borrow money from China. But Japan is about to overtake China as largest holder of U.S. debt.
Posted In: China, Mitt Romney

Yes, some voters are still undecided

Oct 16, 2012
As Gov. Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama prepare to meet again for tonight's second presidential debate, they'll face not only the moderator and each other, but undecided voters.
Posted In: town hall, debate, 2012 election, Barack Obama, Mitt Romney

Super PAC quarterly report sheds light on donors

Oct 16, 2012
Notable donors include the National Education Association, Bob Perry and Foster Friess
Posted In: super PACs, 2012 election

Candidates launch final ad spending push

Oct 16, 2012
In a record breaking year for political advertisements, Governor Romney and President Obama are still racking up dollars in the final months of their campaigns to compete for paid advertisements.
Posted In: Political ads, super PACs

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