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Republicans and illegal aliens: A no-win proposition

John McCain and Jeff Flake cited as relentless amnesty purveyors

Factoring in “both illegal immigration and legal immigration, the Republican Party is literally bringing in the very people by the millions who will ensure that there is never another conservative President. 392 more words

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Unions, Rust Belt Politics, and Donald Trump

This was originally posted on the LSE US Centre’s blog, LSEUSAPP, on August 6, 2016.

Donald Trump’s campaign manager, Paul Manafort, has argued that Trump’s path to the Presidency was open because of his ability to win traditionally democratic Rust Belt states. 1,915 more words

The Rust Belt, the White Working Class, and Trump

The American Rust Belt has been on my mind. Trump’s campaign has targeted the Rust Belt as necessary if he is to win the presidency. And with good reason. 795 more words

About $3 million spent on Irv Slosberg- Jeff Clemens Democratic Senate primary

State Rep. Irving Slosberg has put nearly $1.9 million of his own money into his Democratic state Senate primary against Sen. Jeff Clemens, D-Atlantis, whose campaign and allies have spent about $1 million on the race, according to reports filed Friday night covering activity through Thursday. 110 more words

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About $3 million spent on Irv Slosberg- Jeff Clemens Democratic Senate primary

State Rep. Irving Slosberg has put nearly $1.9 million of his own money into his Democratic state Senate primary against Sen. Jeff Clemens, D-Atlantis, whose campaign and allies have spent about $1 million on the race, according to reports filed Friday night covering activity through Thursday. 110 more words

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Reuters Launches New Poll Response Site for 2016 US Presidential Election

Reuters has launched a new tool for the elections that sounds pretty ambitious. “Powered by the largest presidential tracking poll ever attempted, the new tool shows how each of the candidates’ support in the Reuters/Ipsos poll translates at the state level in the Electoral College and how changes in turnout among demographic and political groups could affect the result. 24 more words

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Maytag's New Chrome Extension Wants to Block "Political Smears"

Maytag, as part of an advertising campaign, has launched a new Chrome plugin that eliminates “political smears” on Facebook and Twitter. “With the desktop app, content identified as containing political smears, using keywords identified by University of Michigan political scientist Arthur Lupia, will be blocked with a more politically neutral image, such as that of George Washington or a bald eagle. 32 more words

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