Alex Pareene

Salon.com

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Establishment Republicans and other political pros think  Mitt Romney  is the most likely candidate to unseat  President Obama  a year from now.

The Republican Race for President: More Unsettled than Ever

Establishment Republicans and other political pros think Mitt Romney is the most likely candidate to unseat President Obama a year from now.

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Barack Obama  is in trouble with American voters, but his re-election might well depend on the identity of his GOP challenger.

The Republican Race for President: More Unsettled than Ever

Barack Obama is in trouble with American voters, but his re-election might well depend on the identity of his GOP challenger.

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