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Elections 2012: Polls, Polls and the Discovery of Climate Change
One interesting poll is taken by Gallup and asks a simple question: Who do you think will win? Not who you will vote for, but what do you think everyone else thinks?...
Elections 2012: President, Congress Will Have to Figure Out How to Pay For Sandy While Avoiding the Fiscal Cliff
The monster storm Sandy could not come at a worse time...
Elections 2012: When Does the Campaign Start Again?
Will there be enough time to restart the presidential campaigns? With a week to go candidates want to do what they can to get their message out to any potential voters...
Elections 2012: Climate Change Largely Missing From Election … Until Sandy?
Hurricane Sandy is a deadly reminder that the world is changing. The dreadful storm also highlights the one topic that has been near off-limits this election year: Climate change...
Elections 2012: Hurricane Sandy is ‘X’ Factor Blowing Away Predictions
Hurricane Sandy is the monster storm threatening millions of people living on the eastern seaboard, already shutting down many cities and the federal government in Washington, D.C...
Elections 2012: Indian Country’s Disappearing Tax Credits
The jobs, jobs, jobs, mantra has special significance in Indian country where unemployment rates are far higher than the rest of the country...
Elections 2012: Vote Early, Vote For ... and It’s Not Always Easy to Register
President Barack Obama, campaigning in Ohio, told supporters today to “vote early, like me.” And, Obama in a YouTube video, Vote Early, reminds his supporters that Election Day isn...
Elections 2012: Abortion Rights Resurfaces as an Election Issue
The politics of abortion continues to surface in this year’s presidential race, something that Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney hoped to avoid...
Elections 2012: It’s Game On for Wisconsin’s Native Voters
In Wisconsin, it’s game on. The top three “tipping point” states – at least according to The New York Times ’ number cruncher Nate Silver – are Ohio, Virginia and Wisconsin...
Elections 2012: Two Weeks to Go and Then We’ll Know?
Two weeks from now we will start to know who’s won. We might have an idea early, especially after the results from Florida and Ohio arrive...
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