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Ian Cheney, Connecticut resident, writes the Presidential Politics for America blog, which took a close, ongoing look at the historic primaries of 2008. He earned his M.A. in American Studies at Trinity College writing his Master’s Thesis on the Election of 1948. He teaches honors history in southeast Connecticut. Ben Hoffman was a Teach For America corps member in Washington, D.C., where he also worked for several think tanks. He now lives in North Carolina, where he teaches and writes. Stephen Kurczy is a New York-based journalist for the Financial Times Group. He is a former desk editor for The Christian Science Monitor, contributor to The Economist, and associate editor for The Cambodia Daily. He blogs and tweets. Anthony Resnick is a lawyer representing labor unions in Southern California. He previously worked as a community organizer for Working America, an affiliate of the AFL-CIO. Josh Lawson is native of Raleigh-Durham (via D.C., via Los Angeles). He occupied positions in the public and private sectors, before transitioning to law. He holds a graduate degree in Political Management, a J.D., and is presently completing an advanced law degree at Duke. He is a former Coro fellow in public affairs and White House editor, and he has worked at the private practice of former U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft.

Election Roundtable: Obama and Romney at End of the Road

Election Roundtable: Obama and Romney at End of the Road

Everything you need to know about the campaigns and what’s going to happen next.

Election 2012Posted on November 5, 2012
Romney Debates Obama: Who You Got?

Romney Debates Obama: Who You Got?

Previewing the October debates.

Election 2012Posted on October 1, 2012
The Good, the Bad, and the Democratic National Convention

The Good, the Bad, and the Democratic National Convention

Answering the burning questions of the DNC.

Election 2012Posted on September 3, 2012
Are You There God? It’s Me, the Republican National Convention

Are You There God? It’s Me, the Republican National Convention

Answering the burning questions of the RNC.

Election 2012Posted on August 27, 2012
Political Predictor #3: Summertime

Political Predictor #3: Summertime

The importance of the primary, Obama’s health care package, and WWKRD (What Would Karl Rove Do?)

Election 2012Posted on June 18, 2012
Political Predictor #2

Political Predictor #2

How will Romney fare in the general election?

Election 2012Posted on April 9, 2012
Political Predictor

Political Predictor

Answering the burning questions of Super Tuesday. Today’s bonus: Predictions!

Election 2012Posted on February 27, 2012
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