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Garrison Nelson, professor at the University of Vermont, writes on how recent political history has affected the voters of the North East.
University of Connecticut's Howard Reiter outlines the historical trends behind voting patterns in New England.
MID-ATLANTIC John Machacek, New York congressional correspondent for Gannett News Service, reports on the politics of the Mid-Atlantic.
Jonathan D. Salant, of Congressional Quarterly, explores important congressional races in the Mid-Atlantic region.
David Rebovich, of Rider College (NJ), discusses the relationship between the Dole campaign and Republican governors in the region.
Penn State professor Robert Bresler provides a state-by-state look at the presidential race.
Richard Scher, author of Politics in the New South, on the political landscape of the region.
Blease Graham, of the University of South Carolina, on the role of the Religious Right in southern politics.
James McDowell, professor at Indiana State University, discusses the western Great Lakes states of Wisconsin, Illinois and Indiana
Tom Brazaitis, Washington Bureau Chief for the Cleveland Plain Dealer, examines the electoral importance of Ohio.
Jim Kuhnhenn, Washington bureau chief for the Kansas City Star, writes on the politics of America's heartland
David Berman, of Arizona State University, examines the political realities of the Southwest.
Morrison Institute for Public Policy professor Rob Melnick discusses the the impact of development on the politics of the region.
Robert Lovey of Colorado College analyzes the historical voting patterns and political interests that have shaped the electoral landscape of the Rocky Mountains.
Adriel Bettelheim of the Denver Post investigates how mining and grazing issues are effecting this year's elections.
Ronald Elving, political editor of Congressional Quarterly, reports on the politics, both congressional and presidential of California, Oregon and Washington.
Joe McKenzie and Carl Luna of Mesa College in San Diego write about the tensions between the "Old" and "New" West.
Ira Rohter, professor at the University of Hawaii - Manoa, explores the politics of paradise.
Carl Shepro, professor of politics at the University of Alaska at Anchorage, discusses the sometimes quirky world of Alaskan politics.
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