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election 2012

The 2012 presidential election takes place on Tuesday, Nov. 6., with Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney set to face President Barack Obama at the polls. Check out the following links to get all the latest news, analysis, polls, voting and convention information.

Candidates

Party Platform

Public Polls

  • Gallup
    The national public poll service offers election 2012 news and the latest polls on public interest.

  • PollingReport.com
    This site aggregates recent poll results for the general election, as well as the Republican and Democratic nominations.

  • ABC News
    The Polling Unit features a ton of poll results about the election and politics.

  • Politico
    See the most recent polls on the 2012 races by date. You can also click on the race to get past results too.




Debates

Potential Candidates

  • NYTimes
    Check out this interactive site featuring possible Republican presidential candidates. Each candidate profile includes a brief background and challenges.

  • Federal Election Commission
    The press office of the FEC publishes a table that lists all individuals who filed a Statement of Candidacy to register as a presidential candidate.

  • Washington Post
    Read analysis from blogger and political analyst Chris Cillizza regarding off-the-radar potential Republican candidates.

  • Center for Responsive Politics
    This new site tracks how candidates are fueling their campaigns with cash. It also features data and background info on candidates.

  • 2012.Presidential-Candidates.org
    Browse info about candidates by political party.

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Election 2012 News Topics




 
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