Tag Archives: Election 2016

Got Memes?

There were so many wonderful tweets and memes about last night’s debate. How did we manage before the internets?? Here are a few of my favorites: Advertisements

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“Clinching” the Nomination

As the results of this weekend’s Virgin Islands caucus and Puerto Rico primary became clear—Clinton handily won the Virgin Island caucus and won the Puerto Rico primary by more than 2:1—Clinton expanded her already substantial lead over Bernie Sanders in the … Continue reading

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Vetting Bernie Sanders

Sanders says he’s the lifelong progressive, an independent, a democratic socialist. He says he’s long been committed to and has long advocated progressive values. He says he can inspire a political revolution that will even the playing field that has … Continue reading

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Berned Out

With Clinton’s victory in Nevada, lead in South Carolina, and odds to win at least 6 or 7 of the 11 contests on Super Tuesday, and the big states, Sanders’ path to the nomination is now an obstacle course. Today … Continue reading

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Talkin’ About a Revolution

50% more Republican voters participated in last week’s Iowa caucus than did in 2012 while Democratic participation dropped 30% from 2008. The party reported 171,109 caucus-goers this year compared to nearly 240,000 in 2008. We find a similar story in … Continue reading

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