The calendar is about to turn on a very active 2010 election cycle, but another one waits just around the corner, with the 2012 cycle expected to begin shortly after the calendar reads "January." To help you keep track of what's ahead, we came up with 11 key questions that are likely to be answered in 2011 and let you know what they mean for 2012 and beyond.
| December 29, 2010; 2:44 PM ET |
Categories: Eye on 2012, Health Care, House, Politics and the Court, Redistricting, Republican Party, Supreme Court
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