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Sept. 7, 2001: Until We Meet Again

Aug. 17, 2001: Hello Al Gore, Goodbye Political Junkie

Aug. 10, 2001: Children of the Presidents

Aug. 3 2001: A Dog of a Different Color

July 27, 2001: The Senior Prom

July 13, 2001: Hypocrisy, Congress and the Voters

July 6, 2001: Florida Is Ground Zero for 2002

June 29, 2001: Bye Bye Bayh

June 22, 2001: Michigan Seems Like a Dream to Me Now

June 15, 2001: Revisiting the '70s

June 8, 2001: The New Senate Majority

June 1, 2001: More Fallout From the Jeffords Defection

May 25, 2001: The Seismic Result of Jeffords's Decision

May 18, 2001: Swift Gains Attention

April 20, 2001: When a Lawmaker Is Incapacitated

April 13, 2001: Va. Gov. Race Highlights

April 6, 2001: When Opposites Attract

March 30, 2001: The State of West Virginia

March 23, 2001: The Pecking Order

March 16, 2001: Mass. Exodus

March 9, 2001: The Vice President's Health

March 2, 2001: Play Ball!

Feb. 23, 2001: The Strom Thurmond Watch

Feb. 16, 2001: The 2002 Senate Races

Feb. 9, 2001: The Life of Reagan

Feb. 2, 2001: The Republican Plank on Abortion

Jan. 26, 2001: I Beg Your Pardon

Jan. 20, 2001: The Un-elected Vice Presidents

Jan. 12, 2001: Cabinet Members From Congress

Jan. 5, 2001: Advise and Consent

Dec. 29, 2000: In Memoriam

Dec. 22, 2000: A Temporary Senate Pro Tem

Dec. 16, 2000: So Much for the Honeymoon

Dec. 8, 2000: The Worst-Case Scenario

Dec. 2, 2000: Is It 2004 Yet?

Nov. 20, 2000: Hurry Up and Wait

Nov. 6, 2000: Final Call: Gore Wins, GOP Retains House

Oct. 29, 2000: Who Will Win the House?

Oct. 20, 2000: After Carnahan: Campaigns That Outlive Candidates

Oct. 13, 2000: Who's Ahead in the Electoral Vote Count?

Oct. 6, 2000: Who Won the 1960 Debates on Radio?

Sept. 22, 2000: Commissioning the Debates

Sept. 15, 2000: Electoral College 101

Sept. 8, 2000: What's in a W?

Sept. 1, 2000: A Final Look at the Conventions

Aug. 11, 2000: The Veep Selections: Surprise, Surprise!

July 21, 2000: George W.'s Running Mate: You Heard It Here First

July 14, 2000: The Significance of the V.P. Pick

July 7, 2000: Stay the Curse

June 30, 2000: Who's On Third?

June 23, 2000: Gore's Money Troubles

June 9, 2000: Conventional Wisdom

May 26, 2000: Is Lazio's House Seat Now In Play?

May 19, 2000: Rudy Or Not, Hillary Awaits

May 12, 2000: The Clinton "Legacy"

April 28, 2000: Parental Guidance

April 21, 2000: Two Party Switchers, Two Different Stories

April 14, 2000: Impeachment and the Six-Seat GOP Majority

March 31, 2000: Theory of Relativity

March 24, 2000: Is Klink On the Brink In Pennsylvania Primary?

March 17, 2000: The Search for a Running Mate

March 10, 2000: Johnny, We Hardly Knew Ye

March 3, 2000: California: The Big Enchilada

Feb. 25, 2000: Questions About My Answers

Feb. 18, 2000: The Crossover Voter

Feb. 11, 2000: A Rush to Judgment on Bush?

Feb. 7, 2000: Hold Off on the Coronation

Jan. 14, 2000: Iowa and N.H.: Beginnings or Endings?

Jan. 7, 2000: In Memoriam

Dec. 24, 1999: Get Your Program for 2000!

Dec. 17, 1999: Are the Media Biased?

Dec. 10, 1999: Does McCain Have a Sense of Yuma?

Dec. 3, 1999: California Senate Race Heats Up

Nov. 19, 1999: Hillary Clinton's Foreign Trip Ups

Nov. 12, 1999: Name That Running Mate

Nov. 5, 1999: Lamenting the Withdrawal of Elizabeth Dole

Oct. 29, 1999: On Throwing the Election Into the House

Oct. 22, 1999: Wade-ing In On Abortion

Oct. 15, 1999: Flunking Out of the Electoral College

Oct. 8, 1999: A Gore Collapse? Or A Bradley Mirage?

Oct. 1, 1999: Falls From Disgrace: Agnew and Wright

Sept. 24, 1999: Democrats Feel the Senate Is Within Reach

Sept. 17, 1999: Will Buchanan Stand Pat?

Sept. 10, 1999: Good House Keeping

Sept. 3, 1999: Will Drug Questions Hurt Bush's Chances?

Aug. 20, 1999: Democrats Waiting On Vermont and Delaware

Aug. 13, 1999: The GOP (Reluctantly) Unites To Stop Hillary

Aug. 6, 1999: Can McCain Afford to Skip Iowa?

July 30, 1999: What Does Jesse Want?

July 23, 1999: The Other Forbes

July 16, 1999: Independence Day

July 9, 1999: Do the Democrats Have a Race for the White House?

July 2, 1999: Extremism in Defense of This Column is No Vice

June 25, 1999: Wherefore Art Thou, Florio?

June 18, 1999: Help Wanted: Dark-Horse Candidates

June 11, 1999: A Warm New York Welcome

June 4, 1999: All Politics Is Foreign

May 28, 1999: The Empire State Strikes Back

May 21, 1999: Will Roth Leave Delaware Senate Seat Open?

May 7, 1999: What Ever Happened To...?

April 30, 1999: For Gore, Anointment or Disappointment?

April 16, 1999: Junkie Mail: Reader Feedback

April 9, 1999: The Hazards of Duke

April 2, 1999: Reform School Politics

March 23, 1999: Constitution Avenue

March 12, 1999: When Bush Comes to Shove

March 4, 1999: Mayoral Ambitions

Feb. 24, 1999: Impeachment Fallout for GOP Not an Open and Shut Case

Feb. 5, 1999: Capitol Hillary: Is New York Ready for Sen. Clinton?

Jan. 22, 1999: Elizabeth the First

Jan. 4, 1999: In Memoriam

Dec. 23, 1998: Mayoral Madness in Chicago and Memphis

Nov. 25, 1998: Heads Up for the Next Key Races

Nov. 10, 1998: Hits and Misses

Nov. 2, 1998: So Little Time, So Many Predictions

Oct. 27, 1998: Bush's Texas-Sized Head Start for 2000

Oct. 20, 1998: The Balance of Power

Oct. 12, 1998: House Calls: Wash. & Wis.

Sept. 25, 1998: Impeachments and Elections

Sept. 11, 1998: The Price of Impeachment: Clinton's Pension?

Sept. 4, 1998: Crimes and Misdemeanors

Aug. 28, 1998: Readers Set the Record Straight in 'Junkie Mail'

Aug. 21, 1998: George Washington Slept Here... and Here

Aug. 14, 1998: From the People's House to the White House

Aug. 7, 1998: Gore 2000: Read It and Veep

July 31, 1998: Courting the Presidency

July 24, 1998: In Virginia, the Term's the Limit

July 16, 1998: Two Georges: Is That the Ticket?

July 9, 1998: Citizen McCain's Panama Problem



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