John Kerry's selection of John Edwards as his running mate tells us that he wants to win.
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Even though the 2004 presidential race appears today to be even, George W. Bush can't afford to go into Nov. 2 tied with Kerry.
President Bush gained ground in the presidential campaign, but Illinois Senate contender Jack Ryan was forced from his race.
The best way to sort out the true battleground states this year is to start with the 2000 presidential election results.
Can Bush rehabilitate himself in the eyes of the many voters who see him as a man of determination and integrity but disagree with him about priorities and policies?
Democrats are eager to read enormous significance into their latest win in a South Dakota special election.
It is far too soon for House Republicans to mount a suicide watch.
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.
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.