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I woke up yesterday feeling Romney would win but after a dozen calls from people asking about polls in Ohio (not one of which shows Romney leading) I went to bed thinking, Every single poll can’t be wrong.   This

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The baffling question is how Mitt Romney lost. If ever this was a challenger’s race to win, this was it.   The economy is bad. Obama is an activist in an anti-government age. He has never done a good job of

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Worst rationale for voting for Romney: maybe Democrats will cooperate with him, unlike Republicans who refused to work with Obama.   D.G. Martin asked about that argument when he interviewed Carter, Tom Drew and me on WCHL last week.  

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A TAPster who has no use for John Tedesco finds common ground:   “Have you taken a good look at one of John Tedesco’s yard signs in his campaign for State Superintendent?  At a stoplight today, I finally took a

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Confused by the polling superstorm? Confounded by contradictory pundits? Then get a dose of Nate Silver’s FiveThirtyEight blog. a deep, dense statistical analysis of the presidential race.   This week he plumbed the national and battleground-state polls. His conclusion: “Obama

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For years the Democratic Party’s marched onto political battlefields and vanquished Republicans, winning every Governor’s race in North Carolina for two decades and, except for one brief hiatus, holding control of the State Senate and House in an iron grip

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Here’s more fuel for the Paul Newby redistricting-recusal fire (see my blog yesterday). A lawyer notes recent comments by former U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Conner and the contents of the N.C. Code of Judicial Conduct.   O’Conner, a

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