Frank Luntz

Election Home Stretch: 5 Things to Watch for Before Nov. 6

With less than a week to go before Election Day, there are usually a few clear indicators that one candidate has momentum, some idea of how the remaining undecided voters are going to break. It was obvious in 2008. Between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney in 2012, that's just not the case.

Obama vs. Romney, Round 2: What to Watch for at the Town Hall

The first debate between Mitt Romney and Barack Obama accomplished what few debates have: a dynamic change in the race. Debate No. 2 has the potential to change it all again. And in a town hall format, with real people asking the questions, surprises are virtually guaranteed. That said, here are five things to watch for.

5 Things to Watch For in Tonight's Vice Presidential Debate

Tonight, America will witness quite a show because the stakes, frankly speaking, couldn't be higher for both campaigns. So where does the race stand after last week's biblical disaster of a debate for President Obama? It's just about a true toss-up.

Undecided Voters: Round One Goes to Romney

Democratic strategist Chris Kofinis and GOP pollster Frank Luntz don't agree on much, but reality is reality. Gov. Romney won the debate. No way to deny it or spin it: It was the moment the Romney campaign was looking for -- a decisive victory that could change the narrative.

Five Things to Look for During the Presidential Debate

Make no mistake about it: come Thursday morning, there will be a winner. If Romney wins, he will change the narrative of this election and give his flagging campaign some much-needed energy. If Obama wins, he has all but sealed up his re-election. If it is a draw, Obama wins because with so little time remaining Romney needed to do more than draw even.