Big mo

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Mitt Romney’s Game-Change Moment in the Denver Presidential Debate Michael Tomasky October 1, 2012
A Brokered GOP Convention and a Third-Party Candidate Are Real Possibilities Mark McKinnon February 20, 2012

[political campaign] momentum


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