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That New Friend You Made On Facebook? He Might Be Named Mitt Or Barack

So far this campaign, President Obama has spent six times as much on online ads as on TV. Republicans, meanwhile, have unveiled a key to their online strategy: a new Facebook app.
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Could Electoral College Calculus Give Obama An Edge?

Right now, the Electoral College map is looking better for the president than the national polls, says NPR's Ron Elving.
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Romney's Praise Of Gingrich Leads Fox Anchor To Call Politics 'Weird, Creepy'

While Mitt Romney was willing to play nice with Newt Gingrich after the latter officially ended his presidential bid, Fox News anchor Shepard Smith was having none of it.
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GOP 'Young Guns' Group Takes Heat In Indiana Senate Race

"Young Guns" is a brand created in part by House Majority Leader Eric Cantor. Former aides of his have started YG groups that are playing a role in congressional primaries. A recent mailer from YG Network in Indiana sent a message that upset some conservatives there.
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Before Recall, Wis. Dems Must Choose Walker's Rival

The political civil war that has gripped Wisconsin since Republican Gov. Scott Walker's 2010 election intensifies Tuesday when Democrats pick a candidate to face Walker in a historic June 5 recall election. A new poll shows Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett leading former county executive Kathleen Falk.
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Presidential Race Looks Different In Electoral College

Robert Siegel talks with Senior Washington Editor Ron Elving about how the contest between President Obama and former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney is playing out on the Electoral College map.

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