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Sandy and Obama’s incumbency advantage

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In late August, Hurricane Issac threatened Tampa and forced Republicans to scramble the schedule of their convention nominating Mitt Romney. Now, a week before Election Day, when Romney had shown some signs of gaining steam, the campaign has been frozen in place by Hurricane/superstorm Sandy. Toby Harnden makes the case for why this helps President Obama, because he gets to play the role of a...

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