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John Heilemann

February 19, 2007 | The Power Grid
The Right Man

The GOP is desperate for a real conservative. Can Mitt Romney contort himself to become one? And what if he does?

February 5, 2007 |
The Loneliest President

What’s going on in George Bush’s mind? A psychopolitical survey.

January 15, 2007 | The Power Grid
Steve Jobs’s Halo

So convinced is Wall Street of the Apple CEO’s wizardry, it refuses to believe that anything can go wrong in his kingdom.

December 25, 2006 | The Power Grid
The Chicago Cipher

What do people see when they look at Barack Obama? Whatever they want to see. But what happens when he has to define himself?

December 11, 2006 |
His American Dream

The Bloomberg-for-president scenario starts with the mayor’s growing sense of himself as a man of destiny. Throw in the country’s disgust with the two parties, add a half-a-billion bucks, and you’ve got yourself a race.

November 20, 2006 | The Power Grid
The Dems’ Next War

They vanquished the Republicans. But the fight over how to get out of Iraq may be tougher.

November 13, 2006 | The Power Grid
Show Me Purple

In the Missouri Senate race are signs that the Bush-era division of the country into red and blue is obsolete.

November 6, 2006 | The Power Grid
Dem Demon

The GOP is giving Nancy Pelosi a Halloween costume—and she’s plenty scary. But is she really frightening enough to lose an election?

October 30, 2006 | The Power Grid
Could Jersey Go Red?

Control of the Senate could turn on one of the bluest states—and one of the nastiest races—in the country. And Jon Corzine is sweating it.

October 23, 2006 | The Power Grid
Could the Democrats Lose?

With these poll numbers, they look like a lock—but don’t forget, they’re the Dems. And winning may bring its own set of problems.

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