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Republicans hunt for election lessons as wounds heal

By Tom Curry | NBC Politics
November 13, 2012

As Republicans nurse their wounds from last week's election setbacks, they’re trying to learn the right lessons from defeat, studying outcomes in various House and Senate races, and pondering how best to position themselves when it comes to the politics of immigration.

The overlooked Latinos

By Hector Becerra | Los Angeles Times
October 20, 2012

PUEBLO, Colo. — Like many Latinos in Colorado, Earl Payne can trace his lineage to Spaniards who came to the New World more than 400 years ago.

Obama Seeking Comeback Victory in Town Hall Debate

By Rebekah Metzler | U.S. News & World Report
October 16, 2012

Headed into the first presidential debate, it was Republican nominee Mitt Romney who needed to overcome expectations to keep his presidential bid alive.

Romney changed minds. Now can he close the sale?

By Jennifer Rubin | The Washington Post
October 15, 2012

Resurgent Republic, a right-leaning research and polling firm, reports on two focus groups in Milwaukee, gathered from independent voters who went with President Obama in 2008. 

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