None from Washington, D.C.
Mary Jordan is moderator of Washington Post Live, a conference and events arm of the Washington Post. She was the Washington Post's co-bureau chief in Tokyo from 1995 to 1999 and in Mexico City from 2000 to 2005.
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"The president's party always gets shellacked in midterms. It's only twice, 1934 and 2002, that the president's party actually gained in both the House and the Senate."
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The ghosts of politics past and future haunted the Truth-O-Meter last week.
AJC PolitiFact Georgia went back in time to explore unemployment during the era of President Ronald Reagan and looked at decades of GOP gubernatorial candidate Nathan Deal's tax returns.
We also looked into the future. Deal's opponent former Gov. Roy Barnes promised one where an energy-efficiency retrofitting project brings 10,000 jobs to Georgia. An environmentalist predicted one of oil dependence. And President Barack Obama raised the specter of a country where Social Security is privatized.
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