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Good housekeeping

Good housekeeping

By Bob Jones
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Politics | Lame-duck lawmakers slash and spend under low-key new leadership

Extreme makeover

Extreme makeover

By Bob Jones
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Politics | A Cabinet shakeup raises questions about policy in a second Bush term

The Senate's new math

The Senate's new math

By Bob Jones
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Politics | The U.S. Senate will become a much more conservative place next year, but Democrats still hold enough seats to cause trouble for the White House

Man of faith, Man of the hour

Man of faith, Man of the hour

By Bob Jones
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Minorities, social conservatives, and war proponents hand George W. Bush a historic win-sending a GOP incumbent back to the White House for the first time in…

Post-party blues

Post-party blues

By Bob Jones
Posted

With final polls showing an evenly split electorate, both parties brace for a rash of post-election lawsuits. Barring a last-minute blowout, the 2004 election…

The 2004 vote

The 2004 vote

By Bob Jones
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Map the electoral tally, count the seat-swapping on Capitol Hill, measure crucial state-by-state referenda, and watch for a swing-state storm surge-all here…

Stolen base

Stolen base

By Bob Jones
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Politics | George W. Bush's gains in Ohio among African-American voters could spell defeat for John Kerry

How the West will be won

How the West will be won

By Bob Jones
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Politics | In a tight presidential race, get-out-the-vote strategies are key to holding GOP territory, and margins could turn on minority voters and local races. First…

Wooing worshippers

Wooing worshippers

By Bob Jones
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When it comes to faithfulness to the home church, neither candidate is a party man-but Kerry must grab religious voters to win

Surprise, surprise

Surprise, surprise

By Bob Jones
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Politics | Staff shake-ups. Debate one-liners. Unsubstantiated rumors. Dirty tricks. Terrorism. It must be October, and this must be an ­election year

Party crashers

Party crashers

By Bob Jones
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Politics | Minor party candidates pose major headache in close states

Rear Guard

Rear Guard

By Bob Jones
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In Las Vegas, the National Guard salutes. In New York, CBS plays with audience trust. At DNC headquarters, Kerry supporters are mum. But finding who's behind…

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