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20 HOURS AGO - Rothenberg Report

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Can Republicans Repeat an Upset in Colorado?

The May 5 email I received from Colorado Democratic Sen. Michael Bennet’s campaign committee opened with: “Larry Sabato in Politico: COLORADO IS ONE OF ONLY SEVEN 2016 TOSS-UPS. Colorado will decide the 2016 election!” Forget the fact Sabato’s piece was talking about the Electoral College and the presidential contest, not the Senate race in the Centennial State. The Bennet campaign ...

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MAY 09, 2015 - Real Clear Politics

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MAY 07, 2015 - Rasmussen Reports

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The Map: 11 Angles on the Electoral College By Geoffrey Skelley, Kyle Kondik, and Larry J. Sabato

Earlier this week, we debuted our initial Crystal Ball Electoral College ratings in Politico Magazine . We’ve reprinted that column below for those who did not see it. As promised, we have elaborated on the map and our reasoning for the initial judgments.

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MAY 06, 2015 - New Statesman

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What happens if two candidates tie?

Normally? A coin toss, or names from a hat. A poll count in 2010. Photo: Matthew Lewis Getty Images News The official briefing says: Where there is a tie between two or more candidates receiving the same number of votes the Acting Returning Officer will decide the result by lot. It is a matter for the Acting Returning Officer to ...

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MAY 05, 2015 - Real Clear Politics

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Can Chris Christie Still Make a Run?

Joseph Curl, Washington TimesWhat a difference four years makes. In 2011, Republicans were clamoring for a new candidate — someone, anyone. Quite a few of the party bigwigs weren’t happy with the Establishment choice who appeared all but certain to win the nomination — Mitt Romney. After losing in 2008 with a less-than-stellar nominee, Sen. John McCain, Republicans feared a ...

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