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What should determine who wins the presidential election? (POLL)

Metro.us - 06 Nov 2016
This presidential election is probably one of the most important elections our country has ever faced. We want to who you think will win, what should be the determining factor on who is elected, and what you will do if your preferred candidate does not ...
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Jair Bolsonaro is poised to win Brazil's presidency

The Economist - 11 Oct 2018
For the first time in three decades the PSDB's candidate failed to win the presidential election or enter the second round. Almost as startling are the results of the one-round congressional election also held on October 7th. The PSDB lost nearly half ...
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Trump rallies in Clinton-won districts ahead of midterms

Fox News - 21 Oct 2018
The party controlling the White House historically loses seats in Congress in the first midterm after a presidential election. “You know, I think that blue wave is being rapidly shattered,” Trump told a boisterous crowd in Elko, Nev. on Saturday. “All ...
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Biden campaigns for Nevada Democrats at Las Vegas rally on Saturday

Reno Gazette Journal - 21 Oct 2018
Heller is the only Republican senator seeking re-election in a state Democrat Hillary Clinton won in 2016. He's a former Trump critic who has become an ally of the president and rallied with him in the northern, rural Nevada city of Elko Saturday. In ...
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The Taliban Just Won a Key Battle for Afghanistan's Future

Foreign Policy - 20 Oct 2018
Raziq delivered elections, making him a pivotal player in Afghan politics. During the 2014 presidential elections, he was instrumental in winning the vote for Ashraf Ghani. Raziq controlled ballot distribution, replaced election monitors at will, and ...
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Maldives challenger Ibrahim Mohamed Solih wins presidency

Aljazeera.com - 23 Sep 2018
Our quick count results indicate that Ibrahim Mohamed Solih has won the 2018 Presidential Election by a decisive margin. We call on all stakeholders to maintain an environment conducive for a peaceful transfer of power. #MVElection2018 pic.twitter.com/ ...
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PAC won't end ad saying black men will face rape accusations

Washington Post - 19 Oct 2018
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — A political action committee said Friday that it won't pull radio ads in hotly contested races in Arkansas and Missouri that suggest African American men will face rape accusations if Democrats win midterm elections. An ad from ...
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Nikki Haley Is the GOP's Best Chance to Win in 2020

POLITICO Magazine - 19 Oct 2018
Though you won't hear this from pundits and political analysts who are still smarting from getting it wrong in 2016, Trump is highly unlikely to win a national presidential race in 2020. His chances aren't zero, and whoever wins the Republican ...
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Is Beto Burnout setting in? The house wasn't full for Fort Worth rally

Fort Worth Star Telegram (blog) - 20 Oct 2018
As national publications began speculating on a Beto 2020 presidential campaign — one headline reads “Beto O'Rourke Isn't Running for Senate Anymore” — O'Rourke hewed to his now-familiar hope-and-change themes of inspiration and involvement to ...
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Democrats Need Latinos at the Polls. But Will They Turn Out?

New York Times - 21 Oct 2018
LAS VEGAS — Children ripped from their parents' arms and held in sweltering tent cities. Immigration raids outside hospitals, schools and courthouses. An onslaught of ads and speeches delivering insults and racist remarks. With the hard-fought midterm ...
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WhatsApp implicated in bitter turn to Brazil election

Irish Times - 21 Oct 2018
Brazil's already bitter presidential election is slipping into legal acrimony that threatens to undermine the legitimacy of the eventual winner. The latest development occurred after evidence emerged of systematic electoral abuses involving the ...

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