Jeff Zeleny

New York Times

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National political correspondent for the New York Times

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Barack Obama's second victory showed Republicans that the nation is changing, and that's led to an agonizing reappraisal.

The GOP and the Lessons of Last Year's Election

Barack Obama's second victory showed Republicans that the nation is changing, and that's led to an agonizing reappraisal.

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The  first of this year's three presidential debates  is day after tomorrow, but by the time Obama and Romney have met for the last time the election may already be over.

Early Voting Transforms Campaign Strategy

The first of this year's three presidential debates is day after tomorrow, but by the time Obama and Romney have met for the last time the election may already be over.

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President Barack Obama  and  Mitt Romney  are besieged with advice about how to score points with voters in three  debates  starting day after tomorrow.

Election Day Is Becoming Election Month

President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney are besieged with advice about how to score points with voters in three debates starting day after tomorrow.

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