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Christopher Morris—VII for TIME

Jan. 17, 2012. President Obama unexpectedly runs into the First Lady on her birthday in the basement of the White House.

See more photos here from TIME’s best photojournalism of 2012.

Grant Cornett for TIME

Jonathan Taylor Thomas, Chattanooga, Tenn: "I think that marriage equality is one of the primary issues in this campaign. President Obama has made it clear that injustice and inequality in any aspect is not acceptable and he has been the most supportive president for the LGBT community."

See more photos of the delegates here.

President Obama exits Air Force One upon arriving at the airport in Manchester, N.H.  

Photographer Callie Shell has documented President Barack Obama since 2004. Last week, she photographed Obama on the campaign trail in New Hampshire for TIME.

See more photos here.

Supporters of Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood candidate Mohamed Morsy celebrate in Tahrir square after the Brotherhood claimed victory in the presidential vote. 

Days after the country’s first democratic presidential vote, the question of who won remains a matter of contention.

See more of Yuri Kozyrev’s photos from Egypt here.

March 4, 2012. Pastor Lonnie Vestal goes door to door in Mason, Ohio, to hand out campaign literature about Rick Santorum. 

On the days leading up to Super Tuesday, photographer Justin Maxon trailed the Santorum Campaign throughout Ohio, creating an impressionistic look the crucial swing state. See more here.

Feb. 13, 2012. Kurgan, Russia. Prime Minister Vladimir Putin at School No. 7.

TIME contract photographer Yuri Kozyrev follows Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin on his bid for a third presidential term. See more here.

February 28, 2012. Rick Santorum and his wife speak to the press at the candidate’s field office in Grand Rapids, Mich.

In his photographs of the Michigan primary for TIME, Andrew Cutraro wanted to capture a sense of a state where the sentiment—at least outside the orchestrated campaign events—matches the landscape. See more here.

Raul Urquidi, age 47.

For the new issue of TIME, photographer Marco Grob spent a weekend chronicling the faces of Latino voters in Phoenix, Ariz. See more here.

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