With several exceptions, the 2008 presidential race is unfolding as expected.
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The midterm elections aligned power in Washington more closely with the almost evenly divided leanings of voters.
One choice facing President Bush now is whether bipartisan achievements are worth pursuing.
Some continue to be dismissive of Democrats’ gains in the midterm elections.
The war in Iraq was the biggest factor in Democrats’ gains in the midterm elections.
In the aftermath of the elections, political operatives may take the blame for circumstances beyond their control.
As Election Day draws close, both major parties face tough choices on where to concentrate their remaining resources.
With just two weeks left until the midterm elections, analysts are still having trouble making solid predictions.
The GOP could lose anywhere from seven to 30 seats in the midterm elections, depending on where attention shifts.
Renewed attention on the conflict in Iraq may hurt Republicans more than the page scandal.