If 1997 was the most boring political year we've had in over two decades, 2004 is turning out to be one of the most fascinating.
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For the first time, a majority of Americans are critical of the president and his administration's handling of the war.
The only remaining major X-factor in the makeup of political battleground states is Kerry's choice for running mate.
Last week's primary victory by Sen. Arlen Specter, R-Penn., was just the break Senate Republicans needed.
The GOP's odds of maintaining control of the Senate have dropped.
A tiny, last-minute event could tip the scale in this year's presidential race.
Turmoil in Iraq could turn out to be a bigger Bush re-election headache than job losses.
President Bush's political fortunes are likely to continue riding a seesaw until Nov. 2.
Many once-dispirited Democrats believe that the conditions are ripe for them to pluck the House of Representatives from the Republican Party.
The value of incumbency seems to be growing.