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DROPOUT WATCH: Who Will Follow in Romney’s 2008 CPAC Footsteps?

In 2008, Mitt Romney got the hint and took the opportunity at CPAC to drop out of the presidential race. It’s probably time for some of the GOP’s 2016 candidates to do the same. WATCH Let’s remember where Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, John Kasich, and Ben Carson stand in the race for the nomination: nowhere. Donald Trump has amassed over 220 delegates…

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GOP Hits New Low in Campaign Insults

The race for the Republican Party’s presidential nomination has become a complete disaster. The GOP’s candidates have gone from focusing on proposals that would drag America back to when our country was losing 800,000 jobs a month, to entirely focusing on insults more worthy of a middle school playground than a campaign for the White House. While the Republican candidates…

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Unanswered Questions about Rubio and Cruz Tax Returns

This week Mitt Romney went after Donald Trump for not releasing his tax returns. But, he should have made sure to also include Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz, both of whom failed to release their full tax returns last night. Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio have a history of financial disclosure problems, whether it’s the failure to disclose two loans worth up to…

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This Week on the Campaign Trail

 Overview  Last night’s debate didn’t fundamentally change anything in the GOP primary, but it did make one thing crystal clear: the Republican autopsy revealed that the patient is definitely dead, and the Republican presidential candidates buried it. The GOP candidates insulted each other on stage,  used hateful, divisive rhetoric, and proposed outdated, out of touch policies that would drag our nation…

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Twitter Roundup on Tonight’s GOP Debate: Houston, Republicans Have a Problem

Tonight’s debate didn’t fundamentally change anything, but it exposed major problems for Republicans, regardless of which extreme candidate makes it to November. When you compare the extremism of the Republican Party to the serious, substantive, and strong vision Democratic candidates have for building on the progress we’ve made over the last 7 years, it’s clear we have to elect a…

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Tonight’s Debate Doesn’t Matter for Rubio or Cruz

Tonight’s debate won’t mean a lot in the race for the Republican nomination. That’s because Donald Trump continues to win, and there are no signs that anyone or anything will stop him. Let’s remember where Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio stand in the race for delegates. With his win in Nevada, Trump has now collected 81 of the 129 delegates…

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DNC Memo: Early State Results Bode Well for Democrats, Republicans in State of Denial

2/24/16 MEMO To:                      Interested Parties From:                 Luis Miranda, Communications Director, Democratic National Committee RE:                   Early State Results Bode Well for Democrats, Republicans in State of Denial Ahead of tonight’s Republican Town Hall on the Fox News Channel in which all of the remaining candidates are expected to participate except for the only one winning, Donald Trump, it’s important to put the current…

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DNC Statement on Senate Republicans’ Supreme Court Obstructionism

DNC National Press Secretary Mark Paustenbach issued the following statement on Senate Republicans’ refusal to consider any Supreme Court nominee from President Obama: “Republicans won’t hold a vote, or allow a debate, or call a hearing, or even meet with a nominee for the highest court in the land. Senator McConnell even warned a nomination would trigger a ‘bitter and…

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NEW DNC VIDEO: #FillTheSeat to Protect Women’s Health

Every day this week, the DNC is highlighting reasons Americans need the Senate to do their job, not obstruct President Obama’s Supreme Court nominee.   WASHINGTON – The Democratic National Committee has launched a new media campaign, #FillTheSeat, to highlight how the Republican obstruction on the vacancy in the Supreme Court affects every American. Today the focus is on how…

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Save the Date – Day One Deportations from Republican Presidential Candidates

ImThe first day of the next presidency is just 331 days away, and from what the Republican candidates are saying on the campaign trail, it’ll be defined by the beginning of mass deportations – including of DREAMers who were brought to the United States through no fault of their own and have grown up here. Last night, feeling the heat…

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