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Two Down, Forty-Eight to Go

Another football season is in the books, basketball won’t begin its all-important post-seasons for a few more frigid weeks, and baseball’s spring training seems an eternity away, so at the moment the only scores a sports fan has to pore over are from the New Hampshire presidential primaries. 1,047 more words

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Iowa Democratic caucusgoers claim Bernie Sanders was shorted delegates

 In the wake of the Iowa caucuses there have been two main themes pushed on the American people. The first one is that Marco Rubio somehow won the caucuses even though he came in third place and the second one is that Ted Cruz stole the election from Donald Trump. 728 more words

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Requiem for a Candidate: Mike Huckabee

February 6, 2016

In 2008, Mike Huckabee set a record for GOP Iowa Caucus votes.  In 2016 Mike Huckabee exited the campaign the night of the caucus.  1,455 more words

A Little Trim, A Little Politics In A New Hampshire Barbershop

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DERRY, N.H. (CBSMiami) – Dana Langley is the owner of the Derry Barbershop and has been cutting hair in a cozy New Hampshire town for more than twenty years. 517 more words

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Carly Fiorina embraces womanhood, but New Hampshire voters appear unmoved

As Republicans court female voters in New Hampshire, a state where women generally vote over 10 percentage points more than male voters, Carly Fiorina, in need of a surge, is struggling. 193 more words

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