Campaign 2012

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Ohio voters speak

By Daniel James Devine
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Politics | MILFORD, Ohio—Outside the polling station at Trinity United Methodist Church on Tuesday, an arm-length American flag had pulled partially loose from a rod…

States of play

By Jamie Dean
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Politics | Close polling in swing states send candidates in a final dash across the map, including a visit to North Carolina by the first lady

High-endurance campaigning

By Daniel James Devine
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Politics | Republicans in Cincinnati have pushed hard to send Mitt Romney over the top today

What's next?

By Cal Thomas
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Politics | Presidential elections decide only who wins the White House and a congressional majority. They don't by themselves solve the nation's problems. George W. Bush…

Disaster-zone voting

By Emily Belz
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Compassion | Election Day in New Jersey requires ripping out floors and pumping out storm water at polling places

Time to vote

By Edward Lee Pitts
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Politics | After months of campaign rhetoric, ads, and robocalls, voters across the country head to the polls to cast their ballots

Overflowing support

By Edward Lee Pitts
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Politics | Crowds gather inside and out to rally around Mitt Romney at his final campaign stop in Virginia

Vice and virtue

By Jamie Dean
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Politics | Paul Ryan warns that President Obama threatens ‘Judeo-Christian values’

Why Christians should vote

By J.C. Derrick
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Politics | My blood pressure spiked recently when I read an election commentary on a popular evangelical website. The writer quoted extensively from a 1956 W.E.B. Du…

Globe Trot 11.05

By Mindy Belz
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International | Election Eve is a fit time to call on Teddy Roosevelt, who said after winning the 1906 Nobel Peace Prize: “Peace is generally good in itself, but it is…

The amazing race

By Marvin Olasky
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Politics | Two-thirds of Intrade online bettors expect Barack Obama to win tomorrow. That makes sense. He has a potent political operation and benefits from the liberal…

Getting out the Amish vote: Turnout may prove pivotal in Ohio and Pennsylvania

By Daniel James Devine
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Religion | Ohio and Pennsylvania are nearly tied in hosting the largest populations of Amish in the United States, at around 60,000 each. And when votes are counted…

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