After a disappointing finish in the New Hampshire primary, Chris Christie is expected to drop out of the race, according to CNN. Morning Consult polling shows Christie’s backers could head to the candidate the New Jersey Republican took down in Saturday’s debate: Florida Sen. Marco Rubio. In four separate national polls conducted in January, Rubio was… read more

After a disappointing finish in the New Hampshire primary, Chris Christie is expected to drop out of the race, according to CNN. Morning Consult polling shows Christie’s backers could head to the candidate the New Jersey Republican took down in Saturday’s debate: Florida Sen. Marco Rubio. In four separate national polls conducted in January, Rubio was… read more

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Voters in New Hampshire registered their discontent Tuesday, choosing a Manhattan billionaire who promises to wholly reinvent his own party and a self-avowed socialist from Vermont who bested a Democratic Party stalwart by a surprisingly significant margin. Those voters were motivated, they told exit pollsters, by an overwhelming anger at the status quo of politics… read more

Voters in New Hampshire registered their discontent Tuesday, choosing a Manhattan billionaire who promises to wholly reinvent his own party and a self-avowed socialist from Vermont who bested a Democratic Party stalwart by a surprisingly significant margin. Those voters were motivated, they told exit pollsters, by an overwhelming anger at the status quo of politics… read more

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Six months ago, the following sentence likely would have gotten you laughed out of the room: Donald Trump is going to win the New Hampshire primary. But as voters head to the polls today, surveys show Trump running well ahead of his nearest Republican challengers. The final results may end up being anti-climactic: Trump has… read more

Six months ago, the following sentence likely would have gotten you laughed out of the room: Donald Trump is going to win the New Hampshire primary. But as voters head to the polls today, surveys show Trump running well ahead of his nearest Republican challengers. The final results may end up being anti-climactic: Trump has… read more

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Campaign strategists, take note: In the perpetual fight to earn voters’ attention, online social networks such as Facebook and Snapchat are becoming the new battlefields, especially for hard-to-reach younger voters. More than half of voters between the ages of 18-29 years old, 53 percent, say they have read about the 2016 presidential campaign on Facebook, a… read more

Campaign strategists, take note: In the perpetual fight to earn voters’ attention, online social networks such as Facebook and Snapchat are becoming the new battlefields, especially for hard-to-reach younger voters. More than half of voters between the ages of 18-29 years old, 53 percent, say they have read about the 2016 presidential campaign on Facebook, a… read more

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Donald Trump’s top competition for the GOP presidential nomination gained strength heading into Tuesday’s New Hampshire primary, according to a national Morning Consult poll. While Trump maintains a strong lead with 38 percent of the vote, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz gained three percentage points after his Feb. 1 victory over Trump in the Iowa caucus. Florida Sen. Marco… read more

Donald Trump’s top competition for the GOP presidential nomination gained strength heading into Tuesday’s New Hampshire primary, according to a national Morning Consult poll. While Trump maintains a strong lead with 38 percent of the vote, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz gained three percentage points after his Feb. 1 victory over Trump in the Iowa caucus. Florida Sen. Marco… read more

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Ask a vulnerable Republican senator whether the Senate should do a budget this year and you’ll get various versions of “meh” in response. It’s an important question because the budget process could force these senators — all in tight re-election races — to vote on tough political issues such as abortion or immigration. “Listen if we… read more

Ask a vulnerable Republican senator whether the Senate should do a budget this year and you’ll get various versions of “meh” in response. It’s an important question because the budget process could force these senators — all in tight re-election races — to vote on tough political issues such as abortion or immigration. “Listen if we… read more

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As many as half a million voters will head to the polls on Tuesday for the second presidential nominating contests. But the electorate that shows up, on both the Democratic and Republican sides, won’t look much like the electorate that caucused in Iowa. Where Iowa’s caucuses showcase the power and influence of conservative evangelical voters,… read more

As many as half a million voters will head to the polls on Tuesday for the second presidential nominating contests. But the electorate that shows up, on both the Democratic and Republican sides, won’t look much like the electorate that caucused in Iowa. Where Iowa’s caucuses showcase the power and influence of conservative evangelical voters,… read more

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Republican legislators in key states are once again challenging Common Core curriculum standards, once again raising an issue that incites the party’s base more than just about any other issue. In Alabama, the state Senate Education Policy Committee is debating legislation that would end Common Core standards on math and English. West Virginia’s House of Delegates will take… read more

Republican legislators in key states are once again challenging Common Core curriculum standards, once again raising an issue that incites the party’s base more than just about any other issue. In Alabama, the state Senate Education Policy Committee is debating legislation that would end Common Core standards on math and English. West Virginia’s House of Delegates will take… read more

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The vast majority of members of Congress running for re-election will have no trouble winning another term later this year, fortified by safely drawn seats and the advantage of incumbency. The unfortunate few in the crosshairs of the other party are rapidly working to give themselves another edge, through aggressive fundraising. Nine of the most… read more

The vast majority of members of Congress running for re-election will have no trouble winning another term later this year, fortified by safely drawn seats and the advantage of incumbency. The unfortunate few in the crosshairs of the other party are rapidly working to give themselves another edge, through aggressive fundraising. Nine of the most… read more

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A week ago, the mood among professional Republican strategists and conservative pundits was morbid. The activists who make up the party’s core strength outside the Beltway, it seemed, were intent on choosing between two candidates who equally galled the GOP establishment, albeit for different reasons. The race for the Republican nomination, it seemed, was a… read more

A week ago, the mood among professional Republican strategists and conservative pundits was morbid. The activists who make up the party’s core strength outside the Beltway, it seemed, were intent on choosing between two candidates who equally galled the GOP establishment, albeit for different reasons. The race for the Republican nomination, it seemed, was a… read more

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