The New York Times’ Nate Silver uses statistical analysis to understand and explain polling about the campaign for the White House and other major political stories.
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NPR’s politics team checks in on political news and interesting stories from Washington, D.C., and around the country.
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Bloomberg Businessweek’s Washington correspondent, Joshua Green, writes about national politics and public policy issues.
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News about state and federal politics in Minnesota from reporters with the St. Paul Pioneer Press.
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Political news about the Bay Area from the staffs of the Contra Costa Times, the San Jose Mercury News and InsideBayArea.com.
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NPR Political Editor Ken Rudin looks at the bigger picture in the week’s political news and makes goofy puns using old campaign buttons.
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The politics team at Time magazine looks at race for the White House and other major campaign stories of Elections 2012.
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The Washington Post’s Beltway blogger, Chris Cillizza, tracks campaign strategy in races for governor, Congress and the White House.
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The staff of the Denver Post keeps track of politics and policy in Colorado, a key battleground state in this year’s presidential election.
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The Washington bureau of the Wall Street Journal writes news and analysis about national politics and the 2012 election.
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