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The Republican primary was held on January 31, 2012. Fifty delegates w...

wikipedia - 09 Nov 2016
The Republican primary was held on January 31, 2012. Fifty delegates were at stake, none of them RNC (or super) delegates; it is unclear whether these delegates will be allocated proportionally or winner-take-all. Originally awarded 99 delegates, the Republican National Committee removed half of Florida's delegates because the state committee moved its Republican primary before March 6; the Republican National Committee rules also set the delegate allocation to be proportional because the contest was held b
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Cameroon's Future Uncertain Despite Biya's Impending Election Victory

Council on Foreign Relations (blog) - 19 Oct 2018
As Cameroon-watchers await the official results of this month's elections amid court challenges, the outcome is highly predictable—victories for the ruling Cameroon People's Democratic Movement (CPDM) and for the long-serving incumbent president ...
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How Russia Helped Swing the Election for Trump

The New Yorker - 24 Sep 2018
Trump dismisses the idea that Russian interference affected the outcome of the 2016 election, calling it a “made-up story,” “ridiculous,” and “a hoax.” He finds the subject ...
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AP FACT CHECK: Trump inflates jobs impact of Saudi arms deal

Daily Journal - 20 Oct 2018
On immigration enforcement, the president made the unsubstantiated claim that migrants are being paid to mass at the border and somehow disrupt the Nov. 6 elections in the United States. This claim followed his distortions in an Associated Press ...
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Republicans Find a Facebook Workaround: Their Own Apps

New York Times - 20 Oct 2018
Supporters of President Trump can download an app from Great America, a big-spending pro-Trump political action committee, or America First, Mr. Trump's official 2016 campaign app, which has some features that remain active. Many backers of Senator Ted ...
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Taiwan, Morocco & The Diaz-Balart Brothers

CBS Miami - 15 Oct 2018
“Mr. President, I cannot tell you how much I cherish the relationship not only between the United States and the Republic of China Taiwan, but frankly the fact that I've gotten to work with you, to know you, to trust you.” The comments by ...
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The nation in brief

Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette - 11 Oct 2018
WASHINGTON -- A California man on Wednesday was sentenced to six months in prison for unwittingly helping the Russian effort to disrupt the 2016 U.S. presidential election. U.S. District Judge Dabney Friedrich sentenced Richard Pinedo to six months ...
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Could Maine's new ranked-choice voting change American elections?

The Boston Globe - 17 Oct 2018
Since none of the five beers wins a majority of votes in the first tally, Bailey, the campaign manager for the Committee for Ranked Choice Voting, eliminates the lowest vote getter, the ESB. But those ballots aren't tossed away — each voter could rank ...
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Demographic shifts show 2020 presidential race could be close

NBCNews.com - 22 Apr 2018
President Donald Trump's 2016 win upended much of the conventional wisdom about the U.S. electorate to cobble together a surprising victory. But how much of that remarkable 2016 movement is replicable in 2020, particularly with the demographic ...
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The Latest: A guide to Florida's primary election results

Fox 4 - 29 Aug 2018
DeSantis is a former Navy lawyer who won his seat in 2012 running as a Washington outsider. He ran for Senate in 2016 but dropped out of the race when Republican U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio decided to run for re-election after a failed presidential campaign.

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