Commentary: With Machiavellian strokes, GOP leaders around the country passed laws designed to block the ballot for a small number of voting blocs that tend to support Democrats.
According to political prognosticators, the presidential race is once again a toss-up, settling into a familiar pattern after weeks in which President Barack Obama seemed to be gaining a modest lead. The pundits are wrong to suggest a new dynamic: The race has always been too close to call.
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