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Jun 19 2012
Washington (CNN) Ã¢â‚¬â€œ Fresh off a major donation to the pro-Mitt Romney super PAC, Nevada billionaire and major Republican donor Sheldon Adelson is expected to continue his support for some other GOP causes and may donate as much as $100 million this campaign cycle, a source with knowledge of his donations told CNN.CNN (Online News)
Aug 31 2015
At the start of her campaign, Clinton was seen as the inevitable candidate of the Democrats. But she has spent much of the summer fending off questions about her private email account during her time as secretary of state. Bernie Sanders is gaining on her in the polls. And there's a looming possible challenge from sitting vice president Joe Biden.
But Clinton tried to make her case forNPR (Online News)
Oct 15 2012
In the last few days, conservatives have become agitated about Mitt Romneys drop-off in the polls. So did they think the stumble was because of the ill-fated “47 percent slip of the lip, or the hasty effort to gain a political edge after the death of an American ambassador in Libya, or more problematically, a campaign that cant seem to stop pratfalling no matter what the news?New York Times (News)
Mar 04 2019
Colorado's former Gov. John Hickenlooper on Monday joined the growing field of Democratic candidates hoping to unseat President Donald Trump in 2020.
The centrist Democrat made the announcement in an online video titled "Standing Tall." The video touts Hickenlooper's accomplishments as governor and highlights his biography as an unemployed geologist who became a successful restaurateurUSA TODAY
May 18 2015
Hillary Clinton's decision to personally raise money for a super PAC supporting her campaign is agitating her progressive critics, who see the move as further proof that the Democratic presidential frontrunner doesn't share some of their values.
There was never any expectation that Clinton would renounce super PAC money this election cycle. But liberal activists determined to use theCNN (Online News)
Jun 13 2012
It only aired once -- and yet it remains arguably the most memorable and influential political ad of all time: "Daisy," the 60-second spot in which President Lyndon Johnson conjured the specter of nuclear annihilation to frighten voters from backing his 1964 presidential campaign opponent, Republican Sen. Barry Goldwater of Arizona.Fox News (Online News)
Aug 27 2016
Is elite overconfidence surfacing again? Donald Trump says that the same experts and pollsters who incorrectly predicted that British voters would vote to stay in the European Union are now dismissing his chances to win the White House.
That’s mostly true. Before the Brexit vote, PredictWise, a website that aggregates data on the likelihood of events, found that there was a 21 percentJohn Fund
Oct 03 2012
Call it the built-in gravitas gap: President Obama flies the country in a grand 747, cruises in plush limousines adorned with American flags, and speaks from the White House Rose Garden, while his campaign opponent, Mitt Romney, flies in a smaller MD-83 passenger jet, rides in nondescript SUVs and makes speeches at factories and strip malls.Washington Times
Aug 23 2015
In the command centers of Republican presidential campaigns, aides have drawn comfort from the belief that Donald J. Trump’s dominance in the polls is a political summer fling, like Herman Cain in 2011 — an unsustainable boomlet dependent on megawatt celebrity, narrow appeal and unreliable surveys of Americans with a spotty record of actually voting in primaries.
A growing body ofNew York Times (News)
May 10 2015
In order to pursue a presidential bid, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio has agreed not to run for re-election, leaving Democrats with a shot at retaking the seat, and with it, increasing their chances of reclaiming the Senate.
But it's no easy feat -- especially as Florida Democrats may have a primary problem ahead of them.
National and state Democrats see Rep. Patrick Murphy, a second-CNN (Online News)