No one dreads surprises like presidential candidates and their campaigns do in the final push toward Election Day. (U.S. Senators and their staffers run a close second.)
Forty years ago, the term “October surprise” entered the fray of political jargon. Versions of it have emerged in elections ever since, especially during hotly contested or highly visible races with national implications. The theory behind the October surprise is that campaigns will deliberately time
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