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 Politics and Elections
 2011

January 3 - 2010 Key Votes: A Show of Force, Then Finesse
January 3 - 2010 Vote Studies: Party Unity
January 3 - 2010 Vote Studies: Presidential Support
January 3 - South Gains, Northeast Loses Committee Chairmen
January 10 - Politics: Cox
January 10 - Republicans Turn to Constitutionalism to Rein in Authority
January 17 - Hutchison Confirms Her Plans to Retire
January 17 - In Giffords, America Sees a Lawmaker Who Breaks Stereotypes
January 17 - Speaker Boehner Strikes a Chord
January 17 - The New Congress' Political 'Power' Players
January 24 - Conrad, Lieberman Retirements Pose Another Challenge for Senate Majority
January 24 - There She Is, Madam President?
January 31 - House Votes to End Taxpayer Aid For Presidential Election Campaigns
January 31 - In Va. Race, Right Is the New Left
January 31 - Political Economy: No Accounting for It
February 7 - For Party Conventions, Logistics Trump Politics
February 14 - Conservatives by Any Other Name
February 14 - Harman to End 16-Year Tenure In Congress to Direct Think Tank
February 14 - Rep. Lee Resigns Over Online Dating Incident
February 14 - Retirement Plans Stir 2012 Election Talk
February 21 - Bingaman Pulls the Plug
February 21 - Tea Partiers Build Capitol Credibility
February 28 - Conservative Juggernaut Melds Politics and Policy
February 28 - Editor's Notebook: What Would Maggie Say?
February 28 - Ghosts of Shutdowns Past
February 28 - Party Leaders Calculate Risks And Benefits
March 7 - 112th Congress In Transition
March 7 - Go West (and South), Young Congressman
March 7 - In Remapping, No Guarantees
March 7 - Tea Party: Unimpressed -- And Angry as Ever
March 7 - With Akaka Departure, Hawaii GOP Sees a Possible Pickup Opportunity
March 14 - 112th Congress In Transition
March 14 - GOP Relieved to Hear Ensign Won't Run
March 14 - Parties Scramble to Save Seats
March 14 - Pricey at the Pump, Costly at the Polls
March 28 - A Troubling Minority Report
March 28 - Law Firms: Ehrlich
March 28 - New FEC Nominees, Please
March 28 - The Limits of Intervention
April 4 - GOP Hopefuls Eye Obama, Libya
April 4 - Headhunting: Horowitz
April 4 - Is Fiscally Lean Politically Rash?
April 4 - Political Economy: Never Mind
April 11 - Medicare's Popularity Intact
April 11 - Rearguing the Contract
April 18 - One House, Two Agendas
April 18 - The Mobile Minority
April 25 - Club Takes Notes On Budget Votes
April 25 - Politics: Beychok, Mollineau
April 25 - Think Tanks: Spalding
April 25 - Trade Policy Brings Stress to the Party
May 2 - Finding Her Place
May 2 - In a Class of Their Own
May 2 - Return of the Floor Vote
May 2 - The Rise of Dean Heller
May 9 - Long Cuts With Precision
May 9 - Media: Hager, Hendin
May 9 - Political Economy: The Gas Factor
May 9 - The Warrior Effect: Will It Last?
May 16 - Political Economy: Boehner vs. Bernanke
May 16 - Sen. Kohl Says He Won't Run Again; Democrats Brace to Defend Seat
May 16 - Think Tanks: Gibbs Leger
May 23 - Defanging a Watchdog: The GOP and Elizabeth Warren
May 23 - Newt Gingrich: The Teacher Gets Schooled
May 23 - Speechwriting: Clancy
May 30 - Advocacy: Borntrager
May 30 - Democrats Celebrate Surprise Win in New York's 26th, Long Held by GOP
May 30 - House Bill Would Shutter 'Bloated' Election Commission
May 30 - Meek Opts for Rarer Medium
May 30 - Peer Review: A New House?
May 30 - Political Economy: Demography and Destiny
May 30 - You Might Be a Redneck . . .
June 6 - A Rough Estimacion: Statistics on Hispanic Voters Aren't So Simple
June 6 - A Washington Power Breaker
June 13 - 112th Congress in Transition
June 13 - How an Informed Public Would Do It
June 13 - Likable Plan for Popular Vote
June 13 - Political Economy: Advocating for the Fed
June 13 - Weiner Faces Bipartisan Disfavor
June 13 - What They Don't Know About the Deficit
June 20 - Political Economy: Appreciating the Yuan
June 20 - Weiner Resigns, Citing 'Distraction'
June 27 - Advocacy: ACU Staff
June 27 - House Rejects Bill to Terminate Election Commission
June 27 - Politics: Manatos
July 4 - A Very Businesslike Rivalry for Clout
July 4 - Finding Fault With Conservatives
July 4 - Five Questions for Rosemarie Ostler, Author
July 11 - Back Down to Earth: The Green Movement Reinvents Itself
July 11 - Political Economy: Debt and Taxes
July 18 - Democrat Hahn Wins in California's 36th
July 18 - On Their Own Terms
July 25 - Debt Limit Strife Tests Public Patience
July 25 - Unions Wait to Make Bets in 2012
August 1 - Bachmann Plays Better in Iowa
August 1 - Read Her Lips
August 1 - Wu to Resign After Debt Debate Ends
August 8 - Media: Farley
August 8 - Politics: Summers
August 8 - Summer of Strife
September 5 - New Voting Laws Spur Fairness Debate
September 5 - Politics: De Sio
September 5 - Three GOP Candidates, Three Diverging Plans for Health Care
September 19 - Republicans Take Weiner's Seat in Upset; GOP Also Wins in Nevada
October 3 - Politics: Boundy
October 3 - The Rule of Thirds: Fringe Candidates Settle for Spotlight
October 10 - Costello's Retirement Adds to Democrats' 2012 Election Workload
October 17 - A Web of Disguise
October 17 - Drawing the Line at Redistricting
October 17 - Political Economy: Right, Meet Left
October 17 - Repeal of Health Care Law Is Losing Vigor as a Campaign Issue
October 17 - Technology: Saliterman
October 24 - '9-9-9' Support Pushing 0-0-0
October 24 - Politics: Psaki
October 31 - Massachusetts' Olver Won't Run Again
November 14 - Gingrich at Freddie Mac: Advice and Consultant
November 21 - Five Questions for Theda Skocpol, Professor of Government and Sociology, Harvard University
November 21 - Legislating Out the Opposition
November 21 - SEC Eyes Rules On Disclosure
November 21 - Watchdog: Biersack
November 28 - Politics: Cooper
December 5 - 112th Congress in Transition
December 5 - A Career Full Of Ups and Downs
December 5 - An Ethically Tumultuous Tenure
December 5 - Frank to Retire After 16 Terms in House
December 5 - Newt's Next Act
December 12 - Gingrich: Parlaying the Public Life
December 12 - Shaping America's Power
December 12 - Switching Sides Pays Off on Campaign Trail
December 12 - Warren vs. the Kitchen Sink
December 22 - Campaigning on the Equity Card
December 22 - Media: Bacon
December 22 - Public Affairs: Moran

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