The dynamics and strategies of the presidential contest are largely set into place.
Michael C. BenderFormer Senior Reporter:National Politics
Michael C. Bender writes about American politics for Bloomberg Politics in Washington. Prior to joining Bloomberg in 2012, he was the primary reporter covering Florida's governor for the Tampa Bay Times and Miami Herald. He's also covered state and local politics for newspapers in Ohio and Colorado. A Cleveland native and alumnus of the Ohio State University, his work has been featured on Meet the Press, Talk of the Nation, and the Colbert Report.
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