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The Herman Cain sexual harassment hullabaloo dominated the news. Meanwhile, the White House has another month with 9 percent unemployment to explain. Mark Block was accused of financial impropriety in lending money from his company to the Cain campaign. Texas Gov. Rick Perry is trying to explain he was sober during that speech. And Mitt Romney unveiled a spending and entitlement plan that made Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) kvell. Which of these will have the most impact on the 2012 presidential race?

Remember: All answers must be in by 6 p.m. ET on Sunday (with the time change, you have another hour!).

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