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republican party presidential candidates, 2016

Trump Aims to Fire Up Republican Voters Over Immigration

Wall Street Journal - 18 Oct 2018
WASHINGTON—President Trump is elevating the issue of immigration, which drove his 2016 campaign, with the aim of animating Republican voters in a midterm election that threatens to derail his agenda if Democrats retake the House. Mr. Trump's ...
republican party presidential candidates, 2016

Two Iowas? Candidates for Governor Try to Claim Both

New York Times - 18 Oct 2018
“My story,” Ms. Reynolds likes to say, “is the Iowa story.” Since President Trump captured Iowa by nearly 10 points in 2016, two versions of Iowa — cosmopolitan and progressive, rural and conservative — have been battling to define the state's ...
republican party presidential candidates, 2016

Republican candidates rely on stealth campaigner George W. Bush

Washington Post - 18 Oct 2018
Republican Rep. Martha McSally will spend Friday with President Trump, trying to rally conservative support for her Senate bid in Arizona. But Thursday evening, McSally is hosting another big name in GOP politics who, these days, prefers to do his work ...
republican party presidential candidates, 2016

Democrats eyeing White House flock to Iowa's new star

WNCT - 19 Oct 2018
After voter ID laws moved forward in GOP-led states in the mid-2000s, the pace accelerated after the 2010 elections, when Republicans swept into Capitols across the upper Midwest. Iowa followed after the 2016 election, when Republicans achieved control ...
republican party presidential candidates, 2016

In 2020, Democrats Expect a Female Front-Runner. Or Three.

New York Times - 19 Oct 2018
It would be unprecedented for multiple women in high office to seek a party's presidential nomination in the same year, and it could create an unpredictable dynamic in the primary — potentially dividing voters determined to nominate a woman and ...
republican party presidential candidates, 2016

'Horseface' and the Year of the Woman

New York Times - 16 Oct 2018
Well, it didn't in 2016. (See: tape, Access Hollywood.) But it might be different this year, because — and this is important — midterms are not presidential elections. The fact that more than 60 percent of white, college-educated women back Democrats ...

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