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Tea Party supporter William Temple holds up a tea pot as he shouts against President Barack Obama's 2010 healthcare overhaul outside the Supreme Court in Washington, June 28, 2012

Tea Party Movement Regroups After Election Losses, Looks Ahead to 2014 Midterm Elections

The Tea Party is looking to regroup, after stinging defeats in this year’s election.
U.S. President Barack Obama smiles as he leaves the 21st ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) and East Asia summit in Phnom Penh November 20, 2012

Popular Vote 2012 Results: Breakdown by Marital Status, Age, Religion, Gender

We can glean a great deal of information from exit polling.
Mitt Romney? Is that you?

Mitt Romney Gas Station Photo Shows Fall From Grace; Former Candidate Pumps His Own Gas, Looks "Tired and Washed Up"

A user on Reddit posted a blurry photo of a man at a gas station, purported to be one Willard Mitt Romney.

Nate Silver, Election Predictor at FiveThirtyEight, Comes Out As Gay; Credits His Success to Being An "Outsider"

Election prediction guru Nate Silver at FiveThirtyEight credits his interest in math and numbers with being an outsider when he was young—nerdy, agnostic and gay.
Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney and his wife Ann walk off stage at after conceding the U.S. Presidential election to U.S. President Barack Obama in Boston, Massachusetts November 7, 2012

In Debating New Direction For the Party, Republicans Agree on Only One Thing: It's Mitt Romney's Fault

Just two weeks after many Republicans thought Mitt Romney was poised to win the presidency, he is persona non grata in most conservative circles.

Popular Vote 2012: Results Breakdown by Sex, Sexuality, Income and Religion

We can glean a great deal of information from exit polling.
Flag of the group Anonymous

Hacker Group "Anonymous" Claims to Prevent Karl Rove Vote-Flipping Scheme in Ohio

A message purported to be from the hacker group Anonymous claims they foiled an attempt by Karl Rove to rig the presidential election in Ohio.
U.S. President Barack Obama waves as he walks on the South Lawn towards the Oval Office after stepping off Marine One at the White House, November 15, 2012

Popular Vote 2012: Results Breakdown of Presidential Election by Religion, Race, Education and Income

exit poll data sheds some light on the makeup of this year's voters and their choices.
U.S. President Barack Obama hugs resident Debbie Ingenito as he tours a hurricane battered Staten Island neighborhood in New York November 15, 2012.

Women Voters in 2012 Presidential Election: Results Breakdown

The magnitude of Obama’s win in last week’s presidential election is becoming apparent, and he did it with the largest gender gap ever recorded—18 percent.
Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal talks about Tropical Storm Isaac during a news conference at City Hall in New Orleans, Louisiana, August 27, 2012

Election Results 2012: Republicans Argue Over Direction of Party, Bobby Jindal Says Romney is "Absolutely Wrong" On "Gifts" Comment

A little more than a week after a presidential election that saw their platform repudiated by a large portion of the country, Republicans are reflecting on their failure, and some are even admitting they were wrong.
A combination photographs shows U.S. President Barack Obama applauding the crowd gathered during his election night victory rally in Chicago, and Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney

Popular Vote 2012: Breakdown by Age, Income and Education Demographics

Until the popular vote is fully counted and the totals are certified, we won’t know exactly what this year’s electorate looked like. But we can glean a great deal of information from exit polling.
U.S. Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney gives his concession speech after losing the election to U.S. President Barack Obama, at Romney's election night rally in Boston, Massachusetts

Election 2012 Results: Romney Says Obama Won Because of "Gifts" to African-Americans, Latinos and Young People

Mitt Romney blamed his loss in last week’s election on “gifts” he said President Obama gave to minorities and other interest groups.
U.S. President Barack Obama celebrates after his victory speech during election night in Chicago, November 6, 2012.

Presidential Election Results Breakdown: Popular Vote By Age, Race and Party

Exit poll data sheds some light on the makeup of this year’s voters and their choices.
Al Garcia-Serra and his wife Lucy (R) review ballot information as they wait in line with other people, to vote during the U.S. presidential election in Coral Gables, Florida November 6, 2012

Latest Presidential Results in Florida - Election 2012: Ballots Still Being Counted; Officials Expect Results By Friday Afternoon

While the presidential election was decided a little after 11pm on Tuesday night, Florida continues to struggle to count all its ballots.
U.S. Senate candidate Richard Mourdock (R-IN) addresses supporters during his election rally in Indianapolis, Indiana, November 6, 2012.

Presidential Election Results 2012: Republicans Faced With 18-Point Gender Gap, Why Did They Lose The Women's Vote?

After a resounding defeat in Tuesday night’s election, Republicans are licking their wounds and wondering where they went wrong. They might want to start with women.

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