The home stretch of a presidential campaign can be warping. "In this final phase, the feedback loop inside a campaign can become really distorted," said Brian Jones, a Republican strategist and veteran of the Mitt Romney, John McCain and George W. Bush campaigns. "Campaigns destined for defeat find ways to believe there's still a chance and campaigns headed for victory can be overly nervous." Campaigns, candidates and, most importantly, voters are all in a holding pattern and looking for...
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