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Tons of data for Amy Walter when the election is over

November 3, 2016
A week from now when the 2016 election is over, The Cook Political Report​'s Amy Walter will be drowning in data. And she couldn't be happier about it. What will you do when the election is over?
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When the 2016 election is over... a phone-free Saturday

November 2, 2016
What will you do when the 2016 election is over? TIME's Michael Scherer says he'll "make it until noon on Saturday without checking my phone."
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When the 2016 election is over: Ashley Parker will "full-on Rip Van Winkle"

November 1, 2016
7. More. Days. Until The New York Times reporter Ashley Parker can "full-on Rip Van Winkle." What will you do #WhenThe2016ElectionIsOver?
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Who are Trump's most die-hard supporters? And is this election about change or status quo?

October 28, 2016
Many of Trump's supporters are calling for a revolution if he loses.

FBI reviews newly found Clinton emails as candidates make final pitch to voters

October 28, 2016
Eleven days before the election, the FBI is reviewing new Clinton emails.
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Elizabeth Warren: "Nasty women vote"

October 24, 2016
Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren seized on Donald Trump's criticism of Hillary Clinton during the final presidential debate while she was campaigning in New Hampshire Monday. "Nasty women are tough," Warren said. "Nasty women are smart, and nasty women vote."
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Candidates go for laughs at Al Smith Dinner, independent Evan McMullin leads in Utah and who will lead the GOP post-election?

October 21, 2016
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton trade jabs at annual New York City event.

Trump won't accept election results if he loses as Clinton expands campaign into red states

October 21, 2016
With less than 3 weeks left until Election Day, we get an update on the state of the race.
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Trump: I will accept election results "if I win"

October 20, 2016
A day after the final presidential debate in which Republican nominee Donald Trump refused to accept the results of the presidential election, he told supporters in Ohio he will accept the results "if I win."