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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The last few days may seem like forever, with candidates, surrogates and new TV and Internet commercials almost impossible to avoid.

A nasty campaign for the White House is almost over

The last few days may seem like forever, with candidates, surrogates and new TV and Internet commercials almost impossible to avoid.

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There's a lot at stake in tomorrow's election but, despite the claims of campaigns for the presidency and other national offices, the results are unlikely to bring about much immediate…

The Race is Even and the Stakes are High

There's a lot at stake in tomorrow's election but, despite the claims of campaigns for the presidency and other national offices, the results are unlikely to bring about much immediate…

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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.

The Race Is Even and the Stakes Are High

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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