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Election

Instead of running for the White House, former veep says he "desperately want to change the landscape and there is more than one way to do it."
More than 3.5 million Floridian voters don’t want anything to do with the Republican or Democratic parties, so the Reform Party is vying for their votes.
If the 2016 were held today, Hillary would win in a landslide. In other news, pigs may fly next week.
Six siblings of Rep. Paul Gosar (R-Ariz.) are starring in a series of campaign ads urging voters to kick their brother out of office.
"Ruth Bader Ginsburg came out that she was groped by Abraham Lincoln," Norman quipped during Kiwanis debate in South Carolina.
Pete Flores' campaign made 100k calls, knocked on 20k doors ahead of stunning victory.
Cramer, a three-term congressman, is not one of the GOP incumbents who’ve been walking sideways away from Trump as he tries to oust Heitkamp.
Apparently, Beto O’Rourke is sucking all of the oxygen out of the state's Democratic Party resources.
The general election comes down to not scaring off independent voters, while at the same time making sure base will be there for you in November.
A lack of resources in local and state campaigns has posed another obstacle to cybersecurity.
"We have plenty of white men in our caucus," caucus chairman says. "I haven't counted lately, but I think we probably still have the plurality."
“Any dynamic out there that causes voter confusion is bad for voting rights and bad for elections," says Secretary of State Alex Padilla.