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County clerks are reporting inaccessible polling stations, damaged absentee ballots and mass confusion about where and how to vote on Tuesday.
The one key way in which Romney's foreign policy differs from Obama's.
A vote for Obama in a swing state is a no-brainer, because, on a host of issues, there is a vast partisan difference that should not be ignored.
If Mitt Romney wins, the upside will be that I get to be taxed at the same rate he has enjoyed as one of the nation's most skillful hedge fund hustlers.
Obama will carry the youth vote, but turnout is key, especially among young Latino voters in swing states.
The Republican ticket’s reactionary conservation policies would sell off America’s “crown jewels.”
Democratic candidates haven’t always had labor’s back—but Republicans are intent on ending collective bargaining altogether.
If pro-charter proposals in Washington State or Georgia pass this November, that will mark the first time charter schools have won at the ballot box.
No TV ads, no fancy consultants. The staunchly progressive Vermont senator is coasting toward re-election by talking about real issues, listening to voters and organizing.
Jessica Valenti on ending rape illiteracy, Christie Thompson on the ACLU’s lawsuit against Morgan Stanley, Rosamund Hunter on Russell Means, Lucy McKeon on Fisher v. Texas