Adam Sorensen

Adam Sorensen is an associate editor at TIME.

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Crossroads, Super PACs and the Incumbent Advertising Gap

In a recent piece about the Obama-Romney ad wars, Michael Scherer made the smart point that this election is different from past ones in that the incumbent no longer gets a free hit on his rival during the period immediately following the primary. The reason: super PACs have the cash to cover that gap while the challenger collects enough …

Congressional Moderation: Dwindling, Not Dead

Dick Lugar’s Tuesday primary loss in Indiana has inspired a predictably large amount of introspection about polarization in Congress. It marked a dark trend, but did it augur the death of all moderation? No. There are certain political realities that still exist for Republicans running in Blue states and Democrats in Red territory.

Choice Election? You’re Doing It Wrong

“Elections are about choices,” writes Mitt Romney campaign manager Matt Rhoades in a new campaign memo that claims to outline “the stark contrast facing voters in this election.” But the text that follows makes a lengthy case against the President and his tenure, while barely mentioning the Republican candidate at all. In other words, it …

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