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Campbell: To what tribe do you belong? - Henderson Daily Dispatch

Mon, 06/04/2018 - 09:21

Henderson Daily Dispatch

Campbell: To what tribe do you belong?
Henderson Daily Dispatch
Many went so far as to define themselves as “North Carolina Democrats,” a tribal subset more moderate or conservative than the more liberal national tribe. When the Republican Party emerged and inched within numerical parity many cheered, ... Part of ...

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These 9 California House races could make or break the Democratic wave - Vox

Mon, 06/04/2018 - 08:40

Progressive.org

These 9 California House races could make or break the Democratic wave
Vox
Who is the Republican? Rep. Tom McClintock is the incumbent Republican. He's the most conservative Congress member in California and is serving his fifth term. He's almost guaranteed the top spot in the top-two primary system. Who are the Democrats ...
Taking It to the StatesProgressive.org
Absentee stats show GOP energized ahead of primariesE&E News
OUR VIEW: An uncivil warMetroWest Daily News
Prescott Daily Courier -The Hill
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Every June 5 primary election you should know about, briefly explained - Vox

Mon, 06/04/2018 - 07:10

E&E News

Every June 5 primary election you should know about, briefly explained
Vox
Who is the Republican? Rep. Tom McClintock is the incumbent Republican. He's the most conservative Congress member in California and is serving his fifth term. He's almost guaranteed the top spot in the top-two primary system. Who are the Democrats ...
Absentee stats show GOP energized ahead of primariesE&E News
Taking It to the StatesProgressive.org
OUR VIEW: An uncivil warMetroWest Daily News
The Daily Courier -The Hill
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California Has Left Dianne Feinstein's Moderation Behind — But Not Dianne Feinstein - FiveThirtyEight

Mon, 06/04/2018 - 06:06

FiveThirtyEight

California Has Left Dianne Feinstein's Moderation Behind — But Not Dianne Feinstein
FiveThirtyEight
Arianna Huffington was a prominent California Republican many, many naps ago, and Joan Didion was an unabashed Goldwater Girl who once wrote that if Barry Goldwater had “remained the same age and continued running, I would have voted for him in every ...
What challenge? Feinstein romps ahead in California primary with turns to the left.Washington Post

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One reform that could save US - Bismarck Tribune

Mon, 06/04/2018 - 03:14

One reform that could save US
Bismarck Tribune
There were liberal Republicans from places like the Northeast and conservative Republicans from the West. ... A district in Southern California, for example, might elect a Bernie Sanders-type progressive, a centrist business Democrat and a conservative.

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Taking It to the States - Progressive.org

Mon, 06/04/2018 - 01:06

Progressive.org

Taking It to the States
Progressive.org
Also, because so many Democratic seats are up for grabs in 2018, the Senate could remain in Republican hands or be so narrowly split that conservative Democrats and Republicans could thwart progressive advances, just as they did during so much of ...

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One reform to save America - New Straits Times Online

Sun, 06/03/2018 - 21:55

New Straits Times Online

One reform to save America
New Straits Times Online
There were liberal Republicans from places like the Northeast and conservative Republicans from the West. ... A district in Southern California, for example, might elect a Bernie Sanders-type progressive, a centrist business Democrat and a conservative.

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What challenge? Feinstein romps ahead in California primary with turns to the left. - Washington Post

Sun, 06/03/2018 - 18:39

Washington Post

What challenge? Feinstein romps ahead in California primary with turns to the left.
Washington Post
Kevin de León, who charged into the race last year on a message of generational change, has found himself challenged by a little-known Republican for the second spot in the November runoff, as lesser-known liberals fracture the anti-Feinstein vote ...

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Editorial: Ann Groves Lloyd is great pick to represent rural Wisconsin in Assembly - Madison.com

Sun, 06/03/2018 - 18:13

Madison.com

Editorial: Ann Groves Lloyd is great pick to represent rural Wisconsin in Assembly
Madison.com
Harold Groves, who served in the Assembly and the Senate as a Republican and then as a member of the Progressive Party, was a policy wonk who wrote the first unemployment compensation law in the nation and was an expert in tax policy. Bill Groves ...

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Democrats Hope an Asian Influx Will Help Turn Orange County Blue - New York Times

Sun, 06/03/2018 - 17:55

New York Times

Democrats Hope an Asian Influx Will Help Turn Orange County Blue
New York Times
... Indian- and Korean-Americans tack progressive, Chinese- and Vietnamese-Americans more conservative. While Asians registered as Republicans in Orange County outnumber Asian Democrats, more than one-third of Asian voters identify as independents ...

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An uncivil war - Cape Cod Times

Sun, 06/03/2018 - 03:20

An uncivil war
Cape Cod Times
Whether it is the seemingly ever-dwindling number of anti-Trump voices within the GOP or the anti-Pelosi drumbeat among some of the newer congressional Democrats, both parties seem on the cusp of fracturing into disparate elements. ... Their power ...

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How 3 Races in California Could Cost Democrats Control of the House of Representatives - New York Magazine

Sat, 06/02/2018 - 17:26

New York Magazine

How 3 Races in California Could Cost Democrats Control of the House of Representatives
New York Magazine
At present it looks like two Democrats, incumbent Dianne Feinstein and state legislative leader Kevin de León, will be in the general election for U.S. Senate. There is a lot more suspense surrounding the gubernatorial contest, in which Republican John ...

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One reform to save America - Indiana Gazette

Sat, 06/02/2018 - 12:22

Indiana Gazette

One reform to save America
Indiana Gazette
There were liberal Republicans from places like the Northeast and conservative Republicans from the West. ... A district in Southern California, for example, might elect a Bernie Sanders-type progressive, a centrist business Democrat and a conservative.

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Make sure to express yourself - Rawlinstimes

Sat, 06/02/2018 - 07:19

Rawlinstimes

Make sure to express yourself
Rawlinstimes
Any conservative or liberal/progressive knows that this year is more important than any in our lifetimes. Eighteen months ago we ... There was some talk at the time that Matt had not been a Republican for very long – don't know. So how did this ...

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A Democrat in Farm Country Hopes to Beat One of Congress' Biggest Racists - Mother Jones

Sat, 06/02/2018 - 06:02

Mother Jones

A Democrat in Farm Country Hopes to Beat One of Congress' Biggest Racists
Mother Jones
The conservative-liberal divide has become so absolute, geography-wise, that Clinton won nearly 90 percent of counties in urban core areas, while Trump won nearly 90 percent of rural counties. Yet the success of the Scholten campaign, which has thus ...

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Commentary: One reform to save America - Bend Bulletin

Sat, 06/02/2018 - 00:38

Commentary: One reform to save America
Bend Bulletin
There were liberal Republicans and conservative Republicans from. There were liberal ... A district in Southern California, for example, might elect a Bernie Sanders-type progressive, a centrist business Democrat and a conservative. The current system ...

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Why Democrats are worried about California - The Economist

Fri, 06/01/2018 - 12:23

The Economist

Why Democrats are worried about California
The Economist
That is not unusual; Republican enthusiasm defined the 2010 midterm elections—Republicans then, like Democrats now, hold neither the White House nor either congressional chamber. Mid-term elections usually go ... Unfortunately, Democratic enthusiasm ...
A female Navy pilot, a pro-gun dentist, the guy Christie told to shut up: New Jersey on national stage in Tuesday's ...Philly.com
Sole DC GOP Candidate: I Strongly Support Nonpartisan Open PrimariesIVN News
California Dems eating their own in bid for House takeoverAmerican Thinker (blog)

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Trump pitting Samantha Bee's comments against Roseanne's is another example of Republican moral relativism - NBCNews.com

Fri, 06/01/2018 - 12:15

NBCNews.com

Trump pitting Samantha Bee's comments against Roseanne's is another example of Republican moral relativism
NBCNews.com
The Trump era has erased decades of supposed GOP moral superiority and replaced it with an oversimplified view of free speech, anti-liberalism and ultranationalism. ... notably, the conservative National Review stated that “anyone with a shred of ...
Amid Samantha Bee Backlash, Chelsea Clinton Dredges Up Ted Nugent Calling Hillary Clinton 'Toxic' C-WordNewsweek

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Do Americans avoid ideology? - Vox

Fri, 06/01/2018 - 11:30

Vox

Do Americans avoid ideology?
Vox
In Uncivil Agreement, Lilliana Mason notes the “team” mentality that defines partisan polarization: “Democrats and Republicans have chosen ideological teams, and their sense of belonging to one side has divided them more powerfully than their policy ...

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Is the Texas House conservative enough? This lawmaker spent $300K to push it right - Fort Worth Star Telegram

Fri, 06/01/2018 - 07:03

Fort Worth Star Telegram

Is the Texas House conservative enough? This lawmaker spent $300K to push it right
Fort Worth Star Telegram
That group has worked through the years to put uber-conservative Republicans and a new leader in the chamber, where efforts such as the one to determine where transgender Texans may use the restroom have played out and died. Stickland waded into the ...

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