Dean Spiliotes

Civic Scholar, Southern New Hampshire University

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Political scientist and civic scholar at Southern New Hampshire University; blogger at NHPoliticalCapital.com and author of Vicious Cycle: Presidential Decision Making in the American Political Economy

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The Iowa caucuses failed to produce a clear winner, and it’s on to New Hampshire, South Carolina and Florida before the end of this month.

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The Iowa caucuses failed to produce a clear winner, and it’s on to New Hampshire, South Carolina and Florida before the end of this month.

Iowa’s Over. Let the Campaign Begin…

The Iowa caucuses failed to produce a clear winner, and it’s on to New Hampshire, South Carolina and Florida before the end of this month.

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House Speaker John Boehner has said that taking control of Congress was "the first big adult moment" in years for the Republican Party.

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House Speaker John Boehner has said that taking control of Congress was "the first big adult moment" in years for the Republican Party.

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