Anna Greenberg

Vice President, Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research

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Vice President of Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research, a Democratic polling group; former Assistant Professor of Public Policy at Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government

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Some 40 Democrats and Republicans joined the televised  healthcare summit  today, with President Obama asking not where they differed but where they agreed.

Healthcare: Policy and Partisan Politics

Some 40 Democrats and Republicans joined the televised healthcare summit today, with President Obama asking not where they differed but where they agreed.

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To upset  Barack Obama  next Tuesday,  John McCain  is counting on a conservative base in small towns, energized by running-mate  Sarah Palin .

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To upset Barack Obama next Tuesday, John McCain is counting on a conservative base in small towns, energized by running-mate Sarah Palin .

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This year's elections are crucial to President Bush, and he wants fellow Republicans to focus on the war in Iraq as part of the war on terror.

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This year's elections are crucial to President Bush, and he wants fellow Republicans to focus on the war in Iraq as part of the war on terror.

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