G. Terry Madonna

Franklin and Marshall College

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Professor of Political Science at Franklin and Marshall College and director of its Franklin and Marshall College Poll

G. Terry Madonna on KCRW

After yesterday's wins in Wisconsin, Maryland, and the District of Columbia,  Mitt Romney  is acting like he's the Republican nominee to challenge  President Obama .  Today, as the…

Barack Obama and Mitt Romney Start Squaring Off

After yesterday's wins in Wisconsin, Maryland, and the District of Columbia, Mitt Romney is acting like he's the Republican nominee to challenge President Obama .  Today, as the…

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