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Kornacki: Goldwater was just ahead of his time

  The Cycle guest host Steve Kornacki discusses how in the 1964 presidential election, Barry Goldwater gave a speech on the final night of the Republican Convention in which he declared he would not tone down his conservative message. Goldwater lost by a landslide, because his ideas made Republicans u

Mali state of emergency lifted ahead of election

BAMAKO (Reuters) - Mali has lifted a state of emergency ahead of the start of political campaigning for a presidential election on July 28, a spokesman for West African nation's army said. Full story

Mursi's hardline allies call on him to give ground

CAIRO (Reuters) - Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi's hardline Islamist allies in al-Gamaa al-Islamiya want him to call a referendum on early presidential elections to avoid bloodshed and a military coup, Tarek al-Zumar, a senior member of the group said on Wednesday. Full story

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  Kenyans line up to vote in presidential election

Voters line up across Kenya to cast their ballots in the nationwide presidential election that is being called the "most crucial" one in years. NBCNews.com's Dara Brown reports.

  Finney: Americans can’t let 2012 momentum go to waste

Guest host Karen Finney explains that now that a new progressive majority has exerted its power, two presidential elections in a row, it’s important that coalition of Americans leverage its power on the policy side in 2013.

  What were the top political stories of the year?

The hard-fought presidential election dominated headlines for most of 2012, but there were some other political stories that also caught the nation’s attention. Politico’s Edward-Isaac Dovere breaks down what they were.

  Crunching the numbers for the presidential election

The final result for the 2012 presidential election still isn’t official, but the numbers keep flowing in day to day. The Daily Rundown’s Chuck Todd takes a deeper look at what the votes all mean with the Cook Political Report’s David Wasserman.  

  Focusing on the 1-4 Corridor

The Daily Rundown’s Chuck Todd breaks out the decision app to take a closer look at how Florida’s I-4 Corridor voted in the presidential election. The Tampa Bay Times’ Adam Smith joins him to break it down.

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