2012 Presidential Election

View of the White House from the South Lawn.  (credit: Mark Neitro)

The Toughest Job for Tuesday’s Winner

Many difficult tasks face the winner of Tuesday’s Presidential election. But the most difficult job he will face, and one of the most important, was never considered in any political ad or televised debate.


A touch-screen voting machine (credit: CBS)

Are the Tight Polls Just Pre-Fight Hype?

The polls across the nation show that the race is tightening. Officials may be counting votes late into the night. Or are all of the tight polls just “pre-fight” hype?


A neighborhood destroyed by Hurricane Sandy (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

Unexpected Sandy Aftermath: Bipartisanship

One of the most surprising byproducts of the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy may be the productive bipartisanship in the midst of the storm that is the 2012 election.


Social media managers at the RNC (credit: CBS)

Election Creating Anti-Social Media

The 2012 election has been a bitter fight on television, but it’s playing out in far harsher tones on a smaller screen near you, your social media account.


President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney during the second presidential debate (credit: CBS)

The Presidential Decathlon Continues

The second Presidential debate helped to prove that this campaign won’t be decided by one performance or event. It won’t be a sprint, it’ll be a decathlon.


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