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  • December 28, 2010
    By David S. Bernstein

    It turns out, you can be pretty snarky in 140 characters. I've been on Twitter for a couple of years now (follow me at twitter.com/dbernstein), and use it for a variety of purposes: breaking bits of political news; passing along news or commentary of interest; linking to my articles and blog posts; offering brief observations and commentary; interacting with readers and political junkies; and of course, cracking humorous one-liners.

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  • December 11, 2009
    By David S. Bernstein

    "Reuben" asks"

    Predict the field, and rank from most progressive to most conservative (from your own perspective) for the statewide races for 2010: Attorney General; Treasurer; Auditor

    "Anon" asks:

    Can you give us a rundown of who you think will be running for the statewide open seats? In particular, I am interested if you think Andrea Cabral will run for AG or whether she will hold out for a different seat.

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