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August 24th, 2012
07:22 PM ET

Will Romney's post-convention spending spree break open the race?

So how will the upcoming flood of Republican money change the dynamics of this very close presidential race? OutFront tonight are Democratic strategist Hilary Rosen, Republican strategist Reihan Salam, and Politico's Ken Vogel.


Filed under: Election 2012 • News • Politics
August 24th, 2012
07:21 PM ET

Flood of Republican money after convention could change dynamic of race

OutFront tonight, a new storm warning.

Forget the hurricane, forget the vice president cruising through Tampa looking for a fight, forget everything you know about this election so far, because in Florida tonight, Mitt Romney's team is preparing to unleash a flood of money that could dramatically change the political landscape of this race. FULL POST


Filed under: Deconstruct • Election 2012 • News • Politics
August 23rd, 2012
07:29 PM ET

Will Romney's appeal to the Catholic vote pay off?

Will Romney win in November on the strength of the Catholic vote? OutFront tonight are Raymond Arroyo, host of the "The World Over Live" on EWTN Catholic network, where Romney broke the news about Dolan's benediction at the convention, and James Carville, who is also Catholic.


Filed under: Election 2012 • Politics • Religion
August 23rd, 2012
07:29 PM ET

Romney playing to win with Catholic vote

OutFront tonight – Mitt's big bet.

Me.

Well, not exactly me. But there's something about me that might actually help Mitt win the White House. Now those of you who watch the show know that we've criticized both candidates for a variety of reasons, so this isn't taking sides.

But the fact is, I'm catholic. And Catholics are the second largest religious group in the United States. And almost a third of the voters in the 2008 presidential election were – you guessed it – catholic. FULL POST


Filed under: Deconstruct • Election 2012 • Politics • Religion
August 22nd, 2012
07:55 PM ET

One woman's fight to make the Republican Party platform more welcoming

A lot of noise has been made recently about the Republican Party's platform, specifically its continual rejection of same-sex marriage and exemptions to a ban on all abortions.

But one woman is standing up to the old guard – from within. Jackie Curtiss is the youngest member of the party's platform committee and is trying to challenge the conventional thinking and bridge the generational divide.

In fact, she's the only one who brought up Rep. Todd Akin's "legitimate rape" controversy during a debate on abortion and said that the platform needs to be more welcoming to women.

OutFront tonight is Jackie Curtiss in Tampa, the site of the upcoming Republican National Convention


Filed under: Election 2012 • Politics
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