At last night's caucuses, local Republicans generally didn't hold preference polls on the presidential race but there were exceptions, like Adams Country, a swing district north of Denver that might possibly serve as a barometer of how Colorado would have gone on the red side.
She would announce her candidacy between errands, right outside of the grocery store. With a child constantly clinging to her leg and another on her hip, she would give firm, inspiring answers to her interview questions before leaning down to listen to the whispers of her toddler.
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Tomorrow's the big night, whether you prefer to call it Super Tuesday or the "SEC Tuesday" (because of all the Southern states). So rather than scramble to get this out before the polls close tomorrow night, I'm posting all my primary picks today.
Super Tuesday will narrow the field for candidates since more delegates can be won on Super Tuesday than any other election day. If there is an overwhelming leader after Super Tuesday, that person has a high probability of being the next President of the United States.
I think I speak for many fellow Europeans when I say that I am have now moved on to full-blown panic mode: America, what the hell?
As we approach Election Day, there is one question on everyone's mind: Who will win the presidential race? However, there's a more important question not being considered nearly as much: Who do WE want to win the presidential race?
How the Republican establishment could have settled on Marco Rubio as their champion boggles the mind. Eight years ago, Republicans mocked Democrats for nominating a first term senator whose main claim to fame was his ability to give a good speech.
Rubio is window dressing so the establishment can claim that it put up the good fight. One way or another the D.C. establishment is getting burned to the ground.
Faith leaders must raise prophetic voices to speak the truth: Donald Trump is a threat to what is good and decent about the United States. He is a threat to freedom. He is a threat to pluralism. He is a threat to democracy.
I hope this applies to Kasich's presidential bid and I hope by the time the GOP selects a candidate that he is the last "grown up" standing.
"This above all: to thine own self be true," Polonius tells his son Laertes in the first act of William Shakespeare's Hamlet. And the bard's advice is good, as we find that voters may be picking candidates based on what they think they stand for, instead of the real stand on the issues.
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If establishment Republicans want to stop Trump, they can't treat him like an ordinary candidate. They can't defeat him with personal attacks. They can't defeat him on ideology by saying he's not a true conservative.
Massive releases of polluted water from Lake Okeechobee out to both Florida coasts are roiling voters who might otherwise be inclined to vote for Rubio.