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The Seattle Times
Ohio, long used to the presidential spotlight, loses its bellwether statuscontinue Trump’s project of shifting from a business-friendly to a more populis
Ohio, long used to the presidential spotlight, loses its bellwether status
The Seattle Times / Posted an hour ago
continue Trump’s project of shifting from a business-friendly to a more populist approach on immigration and trade. Facing Mitt Romney, who was easily caricatured as a country-club Republican, Obama battered him as a handmaiden for the wealthy and... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
More Americans voting early in this electioninterest despite — or because of — the unpopularity of both major party candida
More Americans voting early in this election
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted an hour ago
interest despite — or because of — the unpopularity of both major party candidates. In Ohio, nearly 806,000 voters had submitted absentee ballot applications. That's up from nearly 723,000 during a similar period in 2012, when a record 1.87... Read more
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Daily Record
Many Republicans still won’t accept Trumpmade public, former Secretary of State Colin Powell called Trump a “national di
Many Republicans still won’t accept Trump
Daily Record / Posted 2 hours ago
made public, former Secretary of State Colin Powell called Trump a “national disgrace and an international pariah.” •Mitt Romney, 2012 nominee for president, said: “Donald Trump is a phony and a fraud. His promises are as worthless as a... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
Pro-Trump Ford workers bristle at his feud with automakerbailouts. In 2012, the Obama administration highlighted carmaker restructurings
Pro-Trump Ford workers bristle at his feud with automaker
Detroit Free Press / Posted 3 hours ago
bailouts. In 2012, the Obama administration highlighted carmaker restructurings as successes, but Republican nominee Mitt Romney mischaracterized Chrysler for plans to move jobs producing Jeeps to China. In interviews, Ford workers generally... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
Trump returning Michigan on heels of write-in candidatethe election.” He didn’t want to be the person to take on Trump this election
Trump returning Michigan on heels of write-in candidate
Detroit Free Press / Posted 4 hours ago
the election.” He didn’t want to be the person to take on Trump this election season and was hoping that someone like Mitt Romney or John McCain would step forward to fill the void for Republicans who can’t bring themselves to vote for the... Read more
4h
New York Post
The media’s not even pretending to be ‘objective’ about Trumpto take, and a mistake. One, the press is collectively deciding to give up on
The media’s not even pretending to be ‘objective’ about Trump
New York Post / Posted 4 hours ago
to take, and a mistake. One, the press is collectively deciding to give up on an objectivity it never had. John McCain and Mitt Romney, upstanding, honorable men who weren’t allegedly threats to the republic, were on the receiving end of more... Read more
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KCCI 8 Des Moines
Donald Trump's tax calculatordeductions, which could lower his tax rate substantially. We don't know exactly
Donald Trump's tax calculator
KCCI 8 Des Moines / Posted 5 hours ago
deductions, which could lower his tax rate substantially. We don't know exactly because he won't release his tax returns. Mitt Romney paid just a 14% tax rate the year before he ran for president, for instance. But since we're making assumptions... Read more
7h
Reuters
Houston taco trucks register voters as Latinos flex political musclefavored the party. In the 2012 election, Latinos nationally voted for Democrati
Houston taco trucks register voters as Latinos flex political muscle
Reuters / Posted 7 hours ago
favored the party. In the 2012 election, Latinos nationally voted for Democratic President Barack Obama over Republican Mitt Romney by 71 percent to 27 percent, according to exit polls. The Pew Research Center estimated this year that 39... Read more
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The News & Observer
Eric Trump, Donald’s son, visits Fuquay-Varina shooting rangeMcDowell of Lexington said he is more excited to vote for Trump than he was for
Eric Trump, Donald’s son, visits Fuquay-Varina shooting range
The News & Observer / Posted 7 hours ago
McDowell of Lexington said he is more excited to vote for Trump than he was for previous Republican presidential candidates Mitt Romney or John McCain. He said he trusts Trump will secure the Supreme Court and, by extension, the sanctity of the... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Is Monica Lewinsky the Trump comeback for Miss Universe?a pivotal state this year. “He needs to focus on his potential leadership and
Is Monica Lewinsky the Trump comeback for Miss Universe?
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 7 hours ago
a pivotal state this year. “He needs to focus on his potential leadership and policies to move the voters that are uncommitted or who could still change their minds. It’s far better for him to stay on message and to think about a different... Read more
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8h
The Sacramento Bee
Gavin Newsom duels with Olympic shooter over gun control initiativepolitical issues. In 2012, she appeared with other Olympic athletes at the Repu
Gavin Newsom duels with Olympic shooter over gun control initiative
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 8 hours ago
political issues. In 2012, she appeared with other Olympic athletes at the Republican National Convention to endorse Mitt Romney. New California laws will broaden the definition of prohibited assault weapons, cracking down on a... Read more
8h
Sun-Sentinel
Hillary Clinton needs enthusiastic Broward voters if she hopes to win Floridavoters. In 2012, President Barack Obama won 508,312 votes in Broward County —
Hillary Clinton needs enthusiastic Broward voters if she hopes to win Florida
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 8 hours ago
voters. In 2012, President Barack Obama won 508,312 votes in Broward County — 264,211 more than Republican nominee Mitt Romney. Statewide, he won 74,309 votes more than Romney. For 2016, various Democrats are hoping for a Clinton advantage... Read more
9h
Boston Globe
The most irrelevant VP picks in modern history?Hillary Clinton have selected to run alongside them are as unimportant as any p
The most irrelevant VP picks in modern history?
Boston Globe / Posted 9 hours ago
Hillary Clinton have selected to run alongside them are as unimportant as any pair in modern political times. In 2012, Mitt Romney’s pick, Paul Ryan, served as an important figure in the domestic budget debate during negotiations to avoid a... Read more
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The Morning Call
Albert Hunt: Clinton sends troops to battle of Pennsylvaniacentral to whether Pennsylvania will be close or not. In 2012, the nonwhite vot
Albert Hunt: Clinton sends troops to battle of Pennsylvania
The Morning Call / Posted 9 hours ago
central to whether Pennsylvania will be close or not. In 2012, the nonwhite vote, which went overwhelmingly for Obama over Mitt Romney, was 21 percent of the electorate. In 2014, when there was no presidential contest, it fell to 18 percent. That's... Read more
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The Hill
Clinton gets ‘little kick’ in post-debate pollsrecover.” Indeed, recent history indicates winning the first debate is not nec
Clinton gets ‘little kick’ in post-debate polls
The Hill / Posted 9 hours ago
recover.” Indeed, recent history indicates winning the first debate is not necessarily predictive. In 2012, GOP nominee Mitt Romney clobbered President Obama in their first debate, provoking panic among Democrats as Romney shot into the lead in... Read more
9h
Billboard
Better Late Than Never: Artists Finally Weighing In on 2016 Presidential ElectionDaniels, Lee Greenwood, John Rich, Cowboy Troy, Kid Rock and Ted Nugent for Rep
Better Late Than Never: Artists Finally Weighing In on 2016 Presidential Election
Billboard / Posted 9 hours ago
Daniels, Lee Greenwood, John Rich, Cowboy Troy, Kid Rock and Ted Nugent for Republican candidates John McCain (2008) and/or Mitt Romney (2012). But until pretty recently, with a few big-name exceptions, the musical world was much quieter this... Read more
9h
J Weekly
Politics on pulpit? No way, rabbis sayBucks County, a politically divided area in a swing state. In 2012, President B
Politics on pulpit? No way, rabbis say
J Weekly / Posted 9 hours ago
Bucks County, a politically divided area in a swing state. In 2012, President Barack Obama won the county over Mitt Romney by just 1 percentage point. In skirting direct election talk this holiday season, Gaber will be joining rabbis... Read more
9h
Deseret News
7 faith leaders' incredibly diverse reactions to the Clinton-Trump debatecandidate focused on Israel during the debate, juxtaposing that dynamic to four
7 faith leaders' incredibly diverse reactions to the Clinton-Trump debate
Deseret News / Posted 9 hours ago
candidate focused on Israel during the debate, juxtaposing that dynamic to four years ago when then-Republican candidate Mitt Romney and Democrat Barack Obama discussed the Jewish state in great detail. "In the Clinton-Trump showdown, Bibi... Read more
10h
Crain's Chicago Business
Romney coming to raise cash for Bob DoldTrump in Bolingbrook yesterday, Hillary Clinton in Chicago tonight and Barack O
Romney coming to raise cash for Bob Dold
Crain's Chicago Business / Posted 10 hours ago
Trump in Bolingbrook yesterday, Hillary Clinton in Chicago tonight and Barack Obama set to arrive Oct. 8. Now you can add Mitt Romney to the mix. The 2012 GOP nominee, who lost to Obama, is set to be in Lake Forest Oct. 19 to raise money for... Read more
11h
CNBC
Trump will never win Virginia. Here's why(and most likely to back the establishment status quo), voters are now backing
Trump will never win Virginia. Here's why
CNBC / Posted 11 hours ago
(and most likely to back the establishment status quo), voters are now backing Hillary Clinton. In 2012, Republican Mitt Romney beat President Obama by 10 percentage points among voters earning $100,000 or more per year. Most polls now show... Read more
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FOX News
Gop Launches Aggressive Online Push To Sign Up, Turn Out VotersThe Republican National Committee is launching a fresh online push to sign up n
Gop Launches Aggressive Online Push To Sign Up, Turn Out Voters
FOX News / Posted 11 hours ago
The Republican National Committee is launching a fresh online push to sign up new voters and boost turnout for the November election, in the party's latest bid to preserve its majority in Congress -- and tilt the balance in what has become an... Read more
12h
Newsmax
Cardinal Dolan: I'd Suggest Kaepernick Unite, Not Divide Uscandidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, and Dolan will be sitting between
Cardinal Dolan: I'd Suggest Kaepernick Unite, Not Divide Us
Newsmax / Posted 12 hours ago
candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, and Dolan will be sitting between the two, just as he sat between nominees Mitt Romney and Barack Obama in 2012. "Except for the debates, it's the only time in the political season that the two... Read more
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Op-Ed News
Trump Becomes Latest GOP Nominee To Get Lost Inside The Fox News Bubbleso astonishing today is knowing that four years ago, all the warning flags for
Trump Becomes Latest GOP Nominee To Get Lost Inside The Fox News Bubble
Op-Ed News / Posted 12 hours ago
so astonishing today is knowing that four years ago, all the warning flags for the GOP were whipping in the wind when Mitt Romney tried to run a Fox News campaign to the White House. Romney veered hard to right and adopted the right-wing... Read more
13h
Namibia Economist
A close, crucial race in North Carolinato win it after a hard fought local campaign, with his closest margin that year
A close, crucial race in North Carolina
Namibia Economist / Posted 13 hours ago
to win it after a hard fought local campaign, with his closest margin that year. When he lost it four years later to Mitt Romney, it was the closest of his losses. But Mrs Clinton now appears to have a chance of taking North Carolina back... Read more
13h
The Lewistown Sentinel
Early votes: High interest buoys Clinton in key statesinterest despite — or because of — the unpopularity of both major party candida
Early votes: High interest buoys Clinton in key states
The Lewistown Sentinel / Posted 13 hours ago
interest despite — or because of — the unpopularity of both major party candidates. In Ohio, nearly 806,000 voters had submitted absentee ballot applications. That's up from nearly 723,000 during a similar period in 2012, when a record 1.87... Read more
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KTVZ Bend
Dick's Sporting Goods is America's hottest retailerRelated content NEW YORK (CNNMoney) - Need a new sleeve of golf balls, pair of
Dick's Sporting Goods is America's hottest retailer
KTVZ Bend / Posted 14 hours ago
Related content NEW YORK (CNNMoney) - Need a new sleeve of golf balls, pair of soccer cleats or a catcher's mitt? Odds are, you're going to Dick's Sporting Goods for them. Because most other sports retailers have fallen on extremely hard... Read more
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News 24 South Africa
Early votes: High interest buoys Clinton in key statesinterest despite - or because of - the unpopularity of both major party candida
Early votes: High interest buoys Clinton in key states
News 24 South Africa / Posted 14 hours ago
interest despite - or because of - the unpopularity of both major party candidates. In Ohio, nearly 806 000 voters had submitted absentee ballot applications. That's up from nearly 723 000 during a similar period in 2012, when a record 1.87... Read more
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Newton Daily News
Early votes: High interest buoys Clinton in key statesinterest despite — or because of — the unpopularity of both major party candida
Early votes: High interest buoys Clinton in key states
Newton Daily News / Posted 14 hours ago
interest despite — or because of — the unpopularity of both major party candidates. In Ohio, nearly 806,000 voters had submitted absentee ballot applications. That’s up from nearly 723,000 during a similar period in 2012, when a record 1.87... Read more
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The Spectator
OpinionClinton. Republicans are fed up with the irresponsible com- ments made by their
Opinion
The Spectator / Posted 15 hours ago
Clinton. Republicans are fed up with the irresponsible com- ments made by their nominee. Former presidential nominee Mitt Romney has made no secret of his hatred of Trump. He has openly refused to endorse Trump, and has been denouncing... Read more
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CTV News
Early votes: High interest buoys Clinton in key statesdespite -- or because of -- the unpopularity of both major party candidates. I
Early votes: High interest buoys Clinton in key states
CTV News / Posted 16 hours ago
despite -- or because of -- the unpopularity of both major party candidates. In Ohio, nearly 806,000 voters had submitted absentee ballot applications. That's up from nearly 723,000 during a similar period in 2012, when a record 1.87... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Early votes: High interest buoys Clinton in key stateswith early mail-in ballots, but Democrats surpass them once in-person voting be
Early votes: High interest buoys Clinton in key states
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 16 hours ago
with early mail-in ballots, but Democrats surpass them once in-person voting begins. In Ohio, nearly 806,000 voters had submitted absentee ballot applications. That's up from nearly 723,000 during a similar period in 2012, when a record 1.87... Read more
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CBS News
Early voting surge benefits Hillary Clintoninterest despite - or because of - the unpopularity of both major party candida
Early voting surge benefits Hillary Clinton
CBS News / Posted 16 hours ago
interest despite - or because of - the unpopularity of both major party candidates. In Ohio, nearly 806,000 voters had submitted absentee ballot applications. That’s up from nearly 723,000 during a similar period in 2012, when a record 1.87... Read more
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The Escanaba Daily Press
Sad time in sportsand yet so utterly final. Reality intruded, and it came at us like a Fernandez
Sad time in sports
The Escanaba Daily Press / Posted 16 hours ago
and yet so utterly final. Reality intruded, and it came at us like a Fernandez fast ball exploding into a catcher's mitt. Even the spectacle that is a Sunday in the NFL didn't seem the same on a day more suited to somber reflection than... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
Early votes: High interest buoys Clinton in key states, including Floridainterest despite — or because of — the unpopularity of both major party candida
Early votes: High interest buoys Clinton in key states, including Florida
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 16 hours ago
interest despite — or because of — the unpopularity of both major party candidates. In Ohio, nearly 806,000 voters had submitted absentee ballot applications. That’s up from nearly 723,000 during a similar period in 2012, when a record 1.87... Read more
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Breitbart
Trump to Iowa Supporters: To Understand the Clintons, 'Follow the Money'funds. Trump leads the former first lady in Iowa according to polls. President
Trump to Iowa Supporters: To Understand the Clintons, 'Follow the Money'
Breitbart / Posted 17 hours ago
funds. Trump leads the former first lady in Iowa according to polls. President Barack Obama beat his Republican rival Mitt Romney with 52 percent to Romney’s 47 percent in Iowa in 2012. In her private sector career as a motivational speaker,... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
A great self-tanner, because fall in Texas is still hotof the spectrum. Still, I gamely applied it to my legs after exfoliating and s
A great self-tanner, because fall in Texas is still hot
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 17 hours ago
of the spectrum. Still, I gamely applied it to my legs after exfoliating and shaving in the shower. I used the application mitt, which comes separately. First, the tanner is a foaming mousse that’s already tinted, so you can see where you’re... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
JOHN BRUMMETT: Years in the makingto certain usual Republican voters--college-educated and white and suburban and
JOHN BRUMMETT: Years in the making
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 17 hours ago
to certain usual Republican voters--college-educated and white and suburban and female--who had supported John McCain and Mitt Romney but couldn't as yet bring themselves to accept that Trump, by temperament and knowledge, was a serious or safe... Read more
18h
The Seattle Times
Early votes: High interest buoys Clinton in key statesinterest despite — or because of — the unpopularity of both major party candida
Early votes: High interest buoys Clinton in key states
The Seattle Times / Posted 18 hours ago
interest despite — or because of — the unpopularity of both major party candidates. In Ohio, nearly 806,000 voters had submitted absentee ballot applications. That’s up from nearly 723,000 during a similar period in 2012, when a record 1.87... Read more
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Newsmax
Here's Why You Should Be in Cash Right Nowfund manager. And you don’t have fees on cash. There were a handful of investo
Here's Why You Should Be in Cash Right Now
Newsmax / Posted 18 hours ago
fund manager. And you don’t have fees on cash. There were a handful of investors who were waiting with a big ole catcher’s mitt to buy the banks at the very lows in March of 2009. Now, the fancy part of that hero trade is not calling the bottom.... Read more
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Daytona Beach News-Journal
Voting early: Record number of Florida voters request absentee ballotsinterest despite — or because of — the unpopularity of both major party candida
Voting early: Record number of Florida voters request absentee ballots
Daytona Beach News-Journal / Posted 18 hours ago
interest despite — or because of — the unpopularity of both major party candidates. In Ohio, nearly 806,000 voters had submitted absentee ballot applications. That's up from nearly 723,000 during a similar period in 2012, when a record 1.87... Read more
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The Kitsap Sun
Early votes: High interest buoys Clinton in key statesinterest despite - or because of - the unpopularity of both major party candida
Early votes: High interest buoys Clinton in key states
The Kitsap Sun / Posted 19 hours ago
interest despite - or because of - the unpopularity of both major party candidates. In Ohio, nearly 806,000 voters had submitted absentee ballot applications. That's up from nearly 723,000 during a similar period in 2012, when a record 1.87... Read more
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KLTV 7 Tyler
Early votes: High interest buoys Clinton in key statesinterest despite - or because of - the unpopularity of both major party candida
Early votes: High interest buoys Clinton in key states
KLTV 7 Tyler / Posted 19 hours ago
interest despite - or because of - the unpopularity of both major party candidates. In Ohio, nearly 806,000 voters had submitted absentee ballot applications. That's up from nearly 723,000 during a similar period in 2012, when a record 1.87... Read more
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WGEM Quincy
Early votes: High interest buoys Clinton in key statesinterest despite - or because of - the unpopularity of both major party candida
Early votes: High interest buoys Clinton in key states
WGEM Quincy / Posted 19 hours ago
interest despite - or because of - the unpopularity of both major party candidates. In Ohio, nearly 806,000 voters had submitted absentee ballot applications. That's up from nearly 723,000 during a similar period in 2012, when a record 1.87... Read more
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WDAM-TV Hattiesburg
Early votes: High interest buoys Clinton in key statesinterest despite - or because of - the unpopularity of both major party candida
Early votes: High interest buoys Clinton in key states
WDAM-TV Hattiesburg / Posted 20 hours ago
interest despite - or because of - the unpopularity of both major party candidates. In Ohio, nearly 806,000 voters had submitted absentee ballot applications. That's up from nearly 723,000 during a similar period in 2012, when a record 1.87... Read more
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Daily Herald
Early votes: High interest buoys Clinton in key statesinterest despite - or because of - the unpopularity of both major party candida
Early votes: High interest buoys Clinton in key states
Daily Herald / Posted 20 hours ago
interest despite - or because of - the unpopularity of both major party candidates. In Ohio, nearly 806,000 voters had submitted absentee ballot applications. That's up from nearly 723,000 during a similar period in 2012, when a record 1.87... Read more
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Wichita Falls Times Record News
Early votes: High interest buoys Clinton in key statesinterest despite - or because of - the unpopularity of both major party candida
Early votes: High interest buoys Clinton in key states
Wichita Falls Times Record News / Posted 20 hours ago
interest despite - or because of - the unpopularity of both major party candidates. In Ohio, nearly 806,000 voters had submitted absentee ballot applications. That's up from nearly 723,000 during a similar period in 2012, when a record 1.87... Read more
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The Record Searchlight
Early votes: High interest buoys Clinton in key statesinterest despite - or because of - the unpopularity of both major party candida
Early votes: High interest buoys Clinton in key states
The Record Searchlight / Posted 20 hours ago
interest despite - or because of - the unpopularity of both major party candidates. In Ohio, nearly 806,000 voters had submitted absentee ballot applications. That's up from nearly 723,000 during a similar period in 2012, when a record 1.87... Read more
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21h
Newser
After 126 Years of Endorsing Republicans, This Paper Endorsed Clintonand rational." The paper—which endorsed Benjamin Harrison in 1892 and carried
After 126 Years of Endorsing Republicans, This Paper Endorsed Clinton
Newser / Posted 21 hours ago
and rational." The paper—which endorsed Benjamin Harrison in 1892 and carried on endorsing Republicans through to Mitt Romney in 2012, though it endorsed neither Nixon nor LBJ in 1968—faced a major backlash after the Clinton endorsement,... Read more
21h
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Some vision she hasMitt Romney sunk his 2012 campaign by speaking the truth: that 47 percent of Am
Some vision she has
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 21 hours ago
Mitt Romney sunk his 2012 campaign by speaking the truth: that 47 percent of Americans paid no federal income tax, were dependent on government programs and therefore unlikely to support his call for lower taxes. This boilerplate statement of an... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Years in the makingto certain usual Republican voters--college-educated and white and suburban and
Years in the making
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 21 hours ago
to certain usual Republican voters--college-educated and white and suburban and female--who had supported John McCain and Mitt Romney but couldn't as yet bring themselves to accept that Trump, by temperament and knowledge, was a serious or safe... Read more
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