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A track record of using state power to silence the opposition.
Knives already out for Robert Francis O'Rourke, the fake Hispanic.
Senior New York senator says he works "very well and closely with Senator Gillibrand but I'm not mixing in the presidential political game right now."
Of all Dems, the former VP has the best chance, NY Gov. says.
Pocahontas's far-Left message is just as divisive...
“We need more young people voting – anything that turns them out,” argues former gubernatorial candidate on lowering voting age.
The creative interpretation of campaign finance laws could give the DOJ power to take down any candidate they do not like.
Former HUD secretary and San Antonio mayor faces competition for the Democratic presidential nomination on his home turf, though.
Between now and the 2021 shift in district boundaries, opponents will try to persuade the legislature to alter or even repeal Amendment 1.
Senator Cruz buried the hatchet. Can Mitt?