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Mar 12 2016
Republican candidate Marco Rubio may be down in the polls, but the Miami native worked the Naples crowd on Friday like he had already won Tuesday's make-or-break winner-take-all Florida presidential primary.
"We've got this," the Florida senator told supporters who clamored for a hug or a photograph outside a restaurant.USA TODAY
Feb 23 2013
With just days until the 'sequester' and its automatic spending cuts kicks in, President Obama seems to have the advantage with high poll ratings and a message seen as more compelling.Christian Science Monitor
Jun 10 2020
Sen. Tom Cotton provided an early boost to his 2024 presidential aspirations when he sparked a staff insurrection inside the New York Times, surely to the enjoyment of Republican primary voters.
In causing humiliation and upheaval for the New York Times, Cotton perhaps did more to burnish his political ambitions than any legislative achievement he might claim over seven-and-a-half yearsWashington Examiner
Nov 02 2012
Thousands of lawyers from both presidential campaigns will enter polling places next Tuesday with one central goal: tracking their opponents and, if need be, initiating legal action.New York Times (News)
Oct 24 2020
Almost every morning, half a dozen men meet for coffee at Max’s Deli, a diner that shares a wall with an auto supply shop, to talk politics. Some live “up the line” or “down the line” – a reference to the historic Scranton railway – but all have lived in the area their entire lives. And come Nov. 3, all are planning to vote for President Donald Trump.
“I’ve never really been politicalChristian Science Monitor
May 06 2020
As Americans debate how to reopen our society in the wake of COVID-19, we seem to be breaking down into three groups: first, those who believe the virus isn't particularly serious and desperately want to reopen everything as soon as possible (a small minority of Americans, by polling data); second, those who believe the virus is extraordinarily serious and want everything to remain closed asBen Shapiro
Apr 29 2015
In a shift of opinion since the 2014 midterms, Americans now consider the Republican Party more extreme than the Democratic Party, a new HuffPost/YouGov poll finds.
In the days just after the GOP retook the Senate last November, Americans were evenly split as tHuffPost
Oct 18 2012
Rattled by recent polling showing Mitt Romney drawing roughly even with President Obama among female voters, Democrats are making yet another hard play over "ladyparts."Townhall
May 20 2019
As Sen. Elizabeth Warren climbs in Democratic presidential polls, touting an image as the champion of the working class against powerful corporations, it's only a matter of time before she faces renewed questions about her history advocating on behalf of the kinds of corporations she now vilifies.
That work predated her time in the Senate. She helped LTV Steel in its effort to dodgeFox News (Online News)
Feb 12 2020
The results are still filtering in — 93% of precincts have now reported — but turnout has now surpassed the 2008 record. That’s a relief for many Democrats.
More than 288,000 voters cast ballots in this Democratic primary, with 7% of precincts still to come in. The record in 2008 — when Hillary Clinton bested Barack Obama and others — was 287,556. In 2016 — when Vermont Sen. BernieNPR (Online News)