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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Correction: Due to a processing error, this story inaccurately reported candidates’ support in a previous Morning Consult poll conducted from January 29 through February 1. Sen. Bernie Sanders gained only one percentage point, Hillary Clinton gained one percentage point, Donald Trump lost three percentage points, Sen. Marco Rubio gained four percentage points and Sen. Ted Cruz gained two percentage points…. read more

Correction: Due to a processing error, this story inaccurately reported candidates’ support in a previous Morning Consult poll conducted from January 29 through February 1. Sen. Bernie Sanders gained only one percentage point, Hillary Clinton gained one percentage point, Donald Trump lost three percentage points, Sen. Marco Rubio gained four percentage points and Sen. Ted Cruz gained two percentage points…. read more

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Two days after surprising finishes in the Iowa caucuses, Sens. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), Ted Cruz (R-Texas) and Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) are seeing their support grow by small margins, a new Morning Consult survey shows. The poll, conducted Tuesday and Wednesday, finds real estate developer Donald Trump maintaining a significant lead over the Republican field, with… read more

Two days after surprising finishes in the Iowa caucuses, Sens. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), Ted Cruz (R-Texas) and Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) are seeing their support grow by small margins, a new Morning Consult survey shows. The poll, conducted Tuesday and Wednesday, finds real estate developer Donald Trump maintaining a significant lead over the Republican field, with… read more

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