Dan Balz

Washington Post

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National Political Correspondent for the Washington Post and and author of Collision 2012: Obama vs. Romney and the Future of Elections in America

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Presidential election campaigns have become political marathons, but last year's — from the Republican primaries until election day — seemed longer than ever, and many Americans were…

Dan Balz Discusses 'Collision' of 2012 Election

Presidential election campaigns have become political marathons, but last year's — from the Republican primaries until election day — seemed longer than ever, and many Americans were…

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The Romney campaign has taken the ritual pledge not to speak ill of an incumbent president on foreign shores.  But in London today, two anonymous advisors have been quoted as saying…

Romney Seeks Gravitas On Foreign Trip

The Romney campaign has taken the ritual pledge not to speak ill of an incumbent president on foreign shores.  But in London today, two anonymous advisors have been quoted as saying…

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Supporters of President Obama's tax-cut deal with Republicans are calling it another stimulus measure.  Democrats say Vice President Biden told them it's a "take it or leave it" deal. …

Obama Tax-Cut Deal with GOP Faces Opposition from House Dems

Supporters of President Obama's tax-cut deal with Republicans are calling it another stimulus measure.  Democrats say Vice President Biden told them it's a "take it or leave it" deal. …

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