Anita Dunn

Democratic Strategist, Obama presidential campaign

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Democratic strategist whose firm has worked in the past four presidential campaigns, she is working for Barack Obama's 2008 presidential campaign; consultant to Alaska politician Tony Knowles on his 2004 Senate race and 2006 gubernatorial campaign that he lost to Sarah Palin

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John McCain had a high bar to reach last night with  his acceptance speech  at the GOP convention in St Paul.

What's Next for the Presidential Campaigns?

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Last night, it was all about Iowa. Today, the candidates are hitting the ground, each with a new set of challenges.

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Last night, it was all about Iowa. Today, the candidates are hitting the ground, each with a new set of challenges.

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