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Creamer: GOP Likely to Cave to Dems on Payroll Tax Holiday (Nov 30)

Redistricting Debacle Dumps Dem Warhorse (Nov 30)

All Together Now: A Vote Is A Vote (Nov 29)

The Immigration Issue Strikes Again (Nov 29)

Political Strategy Notes (Nov 29)

DNC Gets Medieval on Mitt: Too Early or Right on Time? (Nov 28)

Edsall: Dems Look to New Coalition for '12 Victory (Nov 28)

Paul's Isolationism Wins Supporters, Despite Crazy Policies (Nov 26)

Fantasy-Exploding Time Saver (Nov 25)

Saturation Ad Sites (Nov 25)

Political Strategy Notes - Thanksgiving Edition (Nov 24)

Brownstein: Teixeira/Halpin Study A Blueprint for 2012 (Nov 24)

TDS Co-Editor William Galston: What Does the Super Committee's Failure Mean For Obama's Reelection Campaign? (Nov 23)

The Only Way to End Gridlock in Washington Is for Obama to Run a Negative Campaign (Nov 23)

Tomasky: Obama's Best Strategy for 270 Electoral Votes Now Clear (Nov 23)

Anti-Immigration Chickens Come Home To Roost (Nov 22)

Political Strategy Notes (Nov 22)

Creamer: Dems On 'High Political Ground' Post Super Committee (Nov 22)

TDS Co-Editor Ruy Teixeira: Millennials Still Progressive (Nov 21)

Walker Recall Movement Already Rolling Strong (Nov 21)

TDS Co-Editor William Galston: The Biggest What-If Hovering Over Obama's Presidency (Nov 21)

How N. Europe Exposes GOP Tax Policy Lies (Nov 21)

How Iowa's Social Conservatives Lost Their Influence (Nov 18)

The Civil Rights Movement's success was based on a coordinated three-prong strategy of civil disobedience, grass-roots organizing and mass boycotts. To achieve similar victories, a national "We are the 99%" movement must adopt and apply that same approach (Nov 17)

Democratic Strategy Notes (Nov 17)

Walker Recall has 58% Support, Voter Suppression Underway (Nov 17)

Why Newt is Romney's Dream Opponent (Nov 16)

Silver Sheds Light on Uses, Limitations of Political Forecasting (Nov 16)

Will Jobs Loss in GA help Dems? (Nov 16)

TDS Co-Editor Ruy Teixeira: Public Wants More Wealth-Sharing (Nov 16)

Political Strategy Notes (Nov 15)

TDS Co-Editor William Galston: Forget the 2008 Map: A New Poll Shows Why Obama's Re-Election Is Riding On Ohio (Nov 14)

High Court to Rule on HCR Law as Public Support Rises (Nov 14)

Walker Recall Campaign Ready to Launch (Nov 14)

It's No Accident That the Tea Party's Presidential Candidates Keep Flaming Out (Nov 14)

Ohio Lessons Can Help Obama Win Working Class Votes (Nov 11)

Latest survey from GQRR and Democracy Corps (Nov 11)

TDS Co-Editor William Galston: The Brand of Conservatism That Will Win (and the One That Will Fail) in 2012 (Nov 10)

What Exactly Makes a Candidate 'Serious,' Anyway? (Nov 10)

Political Strategy Notes (Nov 10)

Creamer: Progressive Victories Hold Lessons for 2012 (Nov 9)

Arizona Trending Blue (Nov 9)

TDS Co-Editor William Galston: Obama's 2008 Coalition Won't Save Him This Time (Nov 9)

Union-Busters Stomped in Ohio, Despite Dirty Tricks (Nov 9)

Somebody Has To Win, Part 2 (Nov 8)

Political Strategy Notes (Nov 8)

Progressives: let's not lose perspective. Occupy Wall Street is indeed very popular, but not as wildly popular as recent polling makes it seem. The polls provide a basis for realistic optimism but not for euphoria or premature declarations of victory. (Nov 7)

How the Right Exploits Racial, Class Divide in 'Politics of Austerity' (Nov 7)

Galston: Mandatory Voting Needed (Nov 7)

Why Romney Should Go for the Kill in Iowa (Nov 4)

How Obama Strategy May Work, Despite Polls, Economy (Nov 4)

Somebody Has to Win (Nov 4)

Political Strategy Notes (Nov 3)

An Occupy Wall Street Message that Could Resonate with a Majority (Nov 2)

Thoughtful Perspectives on OWS in TNR Roundtable (Nov 2)

TDS Co-Editor William Galston: Two New Polls Show Why 2012 Will Be an Ugly Election (Nov 1)

Political Strategy Notes (Nov 1)

How Cain's Sex Scandal Could Actually Help His Candidacy (Nov 1)