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Michelle Bernard on Up With Chris Hayes

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This morning we covered last night’s Huckabee forum and Rick Santorum’s defense of his statement calling President Obama a snob for wanting everyone in America to go to college. We also analyzed the complicated Republican delegate count process, the missing middle from the political spectrum, and racially motivated voter suppression and redistricting.

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Where GOP Women Stand On The Political Race

From NPR As the candidates battle it out, there’s a key fact worth remembering: Fifty-three percent of those who cast votes in the last presidential election were women. Host Scott Simon talks with political analyst Michelle Bernard for her take on what right-leaning women are looking for in a presidential candidate.

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Will ‘Swing-State Singles’ Decide the Presidential Election?

From The Daily Circuit, Minnesota Public Radio If you are single and planning to vote in the upcoming presidential election, you may be one of the most influential and sought-after voters of 2012. We’re taking a look at “swing-state singles” and their influence. This year there are 100 million unmarried adults eligible to vote and […]

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NPR’s Tell Me More: Santorum’s Surge, Rihanna’s Remix

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MSNBC: Santorum Launches Ad Attack on Romney

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The Bernard Center for Women’s Michelle Bernard, NBC’s Kelly O’Donnell and Democratic strategist Steve McMahon discuss presidential candidate Rick Santorum’s new television ad that attacks his opponent, Mitt Romney.

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Reflections On The 2012 Presidential Election

Download a printable version of the flyer (PDF) Reflections On The 2012 Presidential Election Moderated by Michelle D. Bernard,  President of the Bernard Center for Women, Politics and Public Policy and MSNBC Political Analyst February 20, 2012 | Book Signing and Q&A Session from 10:30 am to 12 pm | Lunch from 12 pm to 12:55 […]

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Washington Watch with Roland Martin: Santorum Sweeps Romney, POTUS Reverses on Super PACS and Contraception Coverage

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The Republican race for President is getting very interesting, Rick Santorum wins Colorado, Minnesota and Missouri. Republicans still may not be ready to rally behind GOP presidential candidate, Mitt Romney, President Obama reverses willing to accept super PAC money and his new housing plan. This week’s Washington Watch roundtable features Sophia Nelson, Joseph Williams, Michelle […]

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NPR’s Tell Me More: Santorum Wins Big In Three Early Voting Contests

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Election-Night Reflections

Published in The Hill, January 1, 2012 http://thehill.com/blogs/pundits-blog/presidential-campaign/203535-election-night-reflections Another New Hampshire primary, another front-runner reinforced. That appears to be the result again this year. Mitt Romney has broken with tradition to win both Iowa (albeit in a very close race) and New Hampshire. The non-surprise of the evening was Romney’s victory. Still, he does not […]

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