By Daniel Bush
It was April 26, the day of Pennsylvania’s primary, and Seth Kaufer’s inbox contained 50 emails from Republican voters in Philadelphia’s fourth ward. Kaufer, a local GOP leader, was on the ballot to become an unpledged delegate at the party’s…
By Tara Jeffries
Republican front-runner Donald Trump and Sen. Bernie Sanders have painted vastly different portraits of what ails the American economy. But ahead of Tuesday’s primary in Indiana, the two candidates have converged on a common enemy: Carrier, an air conditioning manufacturer…
An unofficial Hillary Clinton campaign party in Brooklyn over the weekend gave Clinton supporters a rare opportunity to express support for the candidate in public without fear of being criticized by friends, family members and Bernie bros.
Robin McNamara has worked at nearly every Republican National Convention since 1996, and her travels across the country have brought her face to face with the passion-filled spectrum of GOP primary voters.
Through the latest round of voting on Tuesday, Republican turnout was 58 percent higher than at this point in the 2012 primaries. But there are several other factors contributing to the rise in primary GOP turnout that have little to…
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton's markedly different responses to today’s terrorist attacks in Brussels offer a preview of how the two front-runners would clash over national security and immigration in the general election.
By Elizabeth Summers
He’s attacked veterans and women, characterized Mexican immigrants as rapists and drug traffickers, and voiced his desire to punch a protester in the face. And yet, Donald Trump continues to dominate the GOP presidential race, even bringing scores of new…
Republican leaders have spent the last week arguing that Justice Antonin Scalia’s Supreme Court seat should be filled after the American people elect a new president. On Friday, voters had a chance to weigh in as the court opened its…
How unusual is it really to fill a Supreme Court vacancy during a presidential election year? As it turns out, several Democratic and Republican presidents have filled a vacancy on the nation’s highest court in the middle of a heated…
By David J. Dent
More than 10,000 Latinos caucused in Iowa last Monday, up from roughly 1,000 eight years ago. The group that helped organized Hispanic voter turnout in the state, the League of United Latin American Citizens of Iowa, has Donald Trump's rhetoric…
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