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John Heilemann

January 14, 2008 | The Power Grid
The Changeling

Iowa transformed Obama into the front-runner. Which means a whole different level of scrutiny. Can he withstand it?

January 7, 2008 | The Power Grid
Iowa Ice Capades

Is Hillary coldly competent or warmly personable? And if her own campaign can’t figure it out, how can voters?

December 24, 2007 | The Power Grid
Huckabuchanan

Mike is a kinder, gentler Pat—at a moment when populism is more potent than ever.

December 17, 2007 | The Power Grid
Mr. Perfect’s Slip

Mitt Romney did everything right to win the Republican nomination—so why is he drifting? Maybe it’s the party that’s changed.

November 26, 2007 | The Power Grid
Escape From Iowa

Every politico knows only two candidates will be viable after the caucuses. Can John Edwards’s blow-dried populism be his ticket out?

November 5, 2007 | The Power Grid
Web Bubble 2.0

Well, maybe it is a bubble. But out in Silicon Valley, they don’t think of that as a bad thing at all.

October 22, 2007 | Features
When They Were Young

At law school during tumultuous times, Barack and Hillary negotiated the compromises between their ideals, ambitions, and the American Establishment that underlie their candidacies.

October 8, 2007 | The Power Grid
General Alarm for Rudy

The problem with Giuliani’s run was supposed to be that he was too far left to win a primary. Actually, it’s the opposite.

September 24, 2007 | The Power Grid
Does Clinton’s Guru Know All?

Mark Penn has helped Hillary build a commanding lead in national polls—but she may have an Achilles’ heel.

September 3, 2007 | The Power Grid
Barack in a Box

His advisers are at pains not to let Obama peak too soon. But if he doesn’t let loose, he loses.

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