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Barack Obama: The Most Charismatic Candidate Always Wins

CNN went on the air in 1980, ushering in the era of the 24/7 media age.

For the past 32 years, Americans have gotten to know their presidential candidates better than ever before, with the hopefuls on their television screens seemingly non-stop.

There have been nine presidential elections in the age of around-the-clock media, and one thing

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Live Blog: Election Night 2012

The Election Night live blog is up! Just click the link at the bottom of this post to join and hang out with me throughout the night.

In addition to discussing each state’s results—and what they mean—I’ll also be commenting on the speeches given by President Obama and Governor Romney (assuming, of course, that we’ll know

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Election Night Live Blog Begins Tonight At 7PM

Please join me tonight at 7 P.M. eastern as I live blog the election results as they come in.

In addition to discussing each state’s results—and what they mean—I’ll also comment on the speeches given by President Obama and Governor Romney (assuming, of course, that we’ll know the winner by the end of the night).

As always,

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The 10 Worst Media Gaffes Of Election 2012

Next Tuesday, millions of Americans will head to their local polling places to select the next President of the United States.

It’s about time. We’ve been subjected to a two-year campaign in which the candidates have been on our television screens for hundreds of hours. Most of those hours have been unremarkable—but a few memorable moments

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Obama vs. Romney Debate Scorecard: October 16, 2012

The first presidential debate wasn’t even close. As you may remember, Governor Romney crushed President Obama, leading to liberal despair and sinking poll numbers for the President.

The tables turned tonight. Mr. Obama scored a decisive victory over a diminished Mitt Romney.

Now, I know that some people will say I’m falling victim to a predictable

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What President Obama Needs To Do Tonight

President Obama is perilously close to snatching defeat from the jaws of victory and losing his bid for re-election.

Although I try to refrain from overstatement on this blog, I truly believe that tonight’s debate, the second, is a make or break moment for the President. If he bombs again tonight, I believe odds are good

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Joe Biden vs. Paul Ryan Debate Scorecard: Oct 11, 2012

During tonight’s vice presidential debate, Vice President Biden repeatedly laughed at inappropriate moments. He continually interrupted both his opponent and the moderator. He looked a little too angry for his own good at certain moments. His tone vacillated wildly.

And he won the debate.

If Mr. Biden’s job in this debate was to staunch the bleeding caused

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Mitt Romney’s Secret Video: 5 Reasons It Hurts

In 2008, candidate Barack Obama had to contend with a media firestorm when comments he made at a San Francisco fundraiser were covertly recorded and released to the public:

“People have been beaten down so long, they feel so betrayed by their government…it’s not surprising then that they get bitter, they cling to guns or religion

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