Sasha Issenberg

Bloomberg / Slate

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Reporter for Bloomberg, Columnist for Slate and author of The Victory Lab: The Secret Science of Winning Campaigns

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Both parties claim they'll take the nation in different directions, but Washington gridlock will likely continue whether  Barack Obama  or  Mitt Romney  is in the White House.

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