October 31, 2012 The final ScuttleButton puzzle before next week's election awaits to be solved.
A bicyclist rides through the plaza on the east side of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C.
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October 29, 2012 After three successive "wave" elections in the House, it looks like there will be little net change in 2012. And that means the Republicans are favored to retain the majority they won two years ago.
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October 23, 2012 The debates are over. Now there's only one question left: What is the answer to this week's ScuttleButton puzzle? Figure it out and you could win a Political Junkie t-shirt and button!
October 2, 2012 The Political Junkie t-shirts are in, and they're gorgeous. Another incentive to solve this week's ScuttleButton puzzle.
October 1, 2012 After everything that's happened — the primaries, caucuses, V.P. picks and conventions — it's now time for the debates. They have the capacity to change the dynamic. But, more times than not, they don't.
September 25, 2012 All we can say is that you don't see Ken Rudin going on "The View" instead of producing the latest ScuttleButton puzzle.
It's true that Mitt Romney trails President Obama in most key battleground states, but the margins are in single digits
September 24, 2012 The race for the White House is not over. But with 6 weeks to go, Mitt Romney still trails in key battleground states he must win if he is to defeat President Obama.
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September 17, 2012 Don't people realize that when they protest against the U.S. and ransack our embassies, it only makes our will to continue producing ScuttleButton puzzles even stronger?
North Dakota Democratic Senate candidate Heidi Heitkamp speaks in Minot, N.D.
September 17, 2012 With about 50 days to go before the elections, the battle for Senate control is still too close to call. To get a majority, Republicans need a net gain of 4 seats — 3 if the GOP wins the White House.
September 10, 2012 Let them shut down Stephen Strasburg. But they'll NEVER be able to shut down ScuttleButton.
President Barack Obama joins Former President Bill Clinton on stage during the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, N.C., on Wednesday.
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September 10, 2012 The Democratic convention seemed to have more enthusiasm, better speeches and greater emotion than its Republican counterpart. But Charlotte is over, and bad economic numbers are the new reality.
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V ice President Joe Biden, left, and President Obama embrace following Biden's vice-presidential nomination acceptance speech at the Democratic National Convention in Denver, Wednesday, Aug. 27, 2008.
September 4, 2012 A look at five memorable Democratic conventions of the past, beginning in 1956 — when presidential nominee Adlai Stevenson threw the decision on naming a running mate to the delegates.
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August 27, 2012 The Republican convention is delayed a day because of the weather? A perfect opportunity then to solve this week's ScuttleButton puzzle!
August 27, 2012 National political conventions don't offer the same impact as they did in the past, but that's no reason to ignore this year's festivities. This week's Political Junkie column lists five memorable conventions of the past.
August 14, 2012 It took Mitt Romney all this time to announce his choice of a running mate. It should take you all of 15 seconds to solve this week's ScuttleButton puzzle.
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