The sounds of success
Wednesday, November 7, 2012
'I HAD A SENSE THAT THEY KNEW THEY WERE PROBABLY GOING TO PULL IT OUT.' Sun-Times D.C. bureau chief Lynn Sweet says the president's campaign leaders seemed to gain confidence in the days before the election. And she says they may have benefited from backlash against Republicans' extreme campaigns for Senate.
WHAT'S IN IT FOR CHICAGO? Mayor Emanuel says a second term for Obama is good news for Chicago's roads, bridges, airports and mass transit.
'A BUNCH OF BUNK.' Before the results were in, Democratic National Committee communications director Brad Woodhouse discounted the suggestion Hurricane Sandy cost Mitt Romney the election.
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