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NBC Politics: Furor could result in less IRS scrutiny of political advocacy groups

Since the Supreme Court’s Citizens United decision, certain independent advocacy groups have played an increasingly large role in political campaigns, spending an estimated $250 million during the 2012 presidential race. Now, news that some Internal Revenue Service employe … Full story

Americans growing wise to Republican plan to rig presidential race

   Rachel Maddow reports on the growing awareness among the American political media of a plan by state Republicans to use a gerrymandering strategy with the Electoral College to give a greater advantage to Republican candidates in presidential races.

$983 million spent on ads during presidential race

   The Daily Rundown “gaggle” discusses the best and worst political ads of the 2012 election cycle.

Roundtable revisits 2012 race

   A Meet the Press panel of experts reviews the 2012 presidential race and discusses challenges the administration faces in moving forward.

Unmarried women make voices heard during voting

   Pollster Stan Greenberg and Celinda Lake of Lake Research Partners break down how different voting groups may have affected this year's presidential race.

Will the ‘Redskins rule’ predict election outcome?

   The TODAY anchors, along with msnbc’s Alex Wagner, chat about topics making headlines today, including a few unscientific polls, predictions, and superstitions that many claim can determine who will win the tight presidential race.

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  A quick look back

Meet the Press clips key highlights from the 2012 presidential race.

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