The Secrets of the 2012 CampaignObama and Romney’s top strategists reveal their hidden hopes, fears, and a few lessons from this year’s presidential contest.
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Why Did Asian Americans Mostly Vote for President Obama?Democrats court them, Republicans may alienate them.
Tax Hike NationRepublicans always talk tough about not raising taxes. Now they know they have to cut a deal.
The All In GabfestListen to Slate's show about the Petraeus affair, President Obama’s news conference on Benghazi and the fiscal cliff, and the Supreme Court’s review of the Voting Rights Act.
How To Run a Killer CampaignThe president’s campaign manager explains how the Obama campaign did it.
If We Lose, It Was StolenWhy conservatives still think urban voter fraud rigged the election.
The Biggest Question in 2013 Public Policy—Do House Republicans Want To Accomplish Anything?
Obama Again, Bond Is Back, and Pot Is Legal (In Two States)The week’s most interesting Slate stories.
The 72 Percent White GabfestListen to Slate's show about President Obama’s re-election, the future of the GOP, and ballot victories for marriage equality and marijuana decriminalization.
“The Socially Awkward Do It Better”Meet the hip geeks who outwitted Mitt Romney and the Republicans.
Ten Articles To Help You Explain This Election to Your RelativesWant to be the most informed person at the table and convert your in-laws?
Miguel Cabrera Is Mitt RomneyThe Tigers slugger was the candidate of old white men. Lucky for him, that’s who decides baseball’s MVP awards.
If Republicans Were Really Surprised by the Election Result, We Should Worry About Their Policies
The Longform Guide to Presidential LosersRomney, McCain, Kerry, Gore—a collection of stories about life after losing the big one.
Why Romney Never Saw It ComingHe was the numbers guy. But in the end his numbers were all wrong.