Will The Hermanator be there on judgment day?

Almost every American election cycle throws up a surprise candidate, a figure who is initially dismissed by pundits but who catches fire with the broader electorate. This year - at least for the moment - that is Herman Cain.

15th October, 2011
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Almost every American election cycle throws up a surprise candidate, a figure who is initially dismissed by pundits but who catches fire with the broader electorate. This year - at least for the moment - that is Herman Cain.

The businessman was at first regarded as little more than a vanity candidate. He has never held electoral office and his most high-profile public role prior to beginning his campaign was as chief executive of a...

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