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republican party presidential candidates, 2016

Trump owns a shrinking Republican party

Brookings Institution (blog) - 14 Jun 2018
By way of comparison, 68 percent of Democratic candidates in 2016 did not mention their incumbent president, Barack Obama. Of course, it wasn't a midterm year and Obama was leaving office. Nonetheless, it is clear that Republican House candidates are ...
republican party presidential candidates, 2016

Riling Up the Base May Backfire on Trump

New York Times - 18 Jun 2018
They think Mr. Trump's drumbeat is intensifying loyalty and fervor among Republican partisans and that the Republican Party we used to know is “taking a nap somewhere,” as John Boehner, the former speaker of the House, put it. ...
republican party presidential candidates, 2016

Trump the Bulldozer

National Review - 17 Jun 2018
That mutual dependency has smoothed over a lot of rough spots in President Trump's relationship with GOP lawmakers. But on Tuesday, Trump will meet with House Republicans in an effort to push for his immigration policy. Some worry that Trump will ...
republican party presidential candidates, 2016

Trump to visit swing state Nevada to stump for Sen. Heller

Monitor - 18 Jun 2018
LAS VEGAS (AP) — President Donald Trump will headline the Nevada Republican Party's convention on Saturday and also appear at a fundraiser with Republican U.S. Sen. Dean Heller, officials confirmed Monday. Heller is considered the most vulnerable ...
republican party presidential candidates, 2016

What Splits Republicans

NPR - 17 Jun 2018
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro speaks to conservative political strategist Steve Schmidt about the current state of the GOP. ...
republican party presidential candidates, 2016

The 2-Party System Keeps Racism In Place

HuffPost - 18 Jun 2018
For the last century or so, there have been two major political parties that candidates and voters can be affiliated with: Democrats and Republicans. These parties determine the shape of election districts, which candidates are on the ballot, who ...
republican party presidential candidates, 2016

Ohio governor urges GOP to take advantage of his jobs record

Greenwich Time - 18 Jun 2018
"You run on this record," he said to the GOP's 2018 candidates, some of whom have distanced themselves from him. Kasich, an outspoken critic of President Donald Trump since leaving the 2016 presidential race, said a "jobs and progress" message — one ...
republican party presidential candidates, 2016

Ted Cruz Assails 'the Hard Left' at GOP Convention

Courthouse News Service - 18 Jun 2018
SAN ANTONIO (CN) — Senator Ted Cruz lauded his party's accomplishments under President Donald Trump at the Republican Party of Texas convention Saturday, but warned delegates they would need to unify to defeat “the hard left” in November and keep the ...
republican party presidential candidates, 2016

Banana Republicans: GOP Forsakes Honor

The Chief-Leader - 18 Jun 2018
O) Is it the new normal for the Republican Party and the President of the United States to be outraged and obsessed with the unsecured Hillary Clinton email server (Lock her up) but see utter reticence from Republicans when White House Staff Secretary ...
republican party presidential candidates, 2016

Here's How Third-Party Candidates Have Changed Elections

History - 04 Jun 2018
America's two-party political system makes it difficult for candidates from outside the Republican and Democratic parties to win presidential elections. Since 1920, in fact, only three third-party candidates—Robert La Follette in 1924, Strom Thurmond ...
republican party presidential candidates, 2016

Dems' Fate in November May Ride on Female Turnout

RealClearPolitics - 15 Jun 2018
Since 1980, women have voted for Democratic presidential candidates at higher rates than men, which has Democratic Party officials excited and optimistic in 2018. But that famous ...
republican party presidential candidates, 2016

Five things to watch for in the midterm primaries

The New Arab - 18 Jun 2018
All of this could translate to surprising success for many women candidates who are considered underdogs at this point. 3) Donald Trump is everywhere. Every midterm election is billed as a referendum on the sitting president, and that president's party ...

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