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“There should be no more temporizing, no more denying that Trump’s election would be a shame on our country.”
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Fewer than one-fifth of people polled say they know who their local paper is backing.
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The editorial board fears that Donald Trump could be America’s Hugo Chávez.
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But will these tradition-breaking endorsements matter?
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The Arizona Republic backed Hillary Clinton and trashed Donald Trump in the process.
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"His political incorrectness is one of his great attractions -- it proves he’s not one of 'them.'"
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As it turns out, not knowing anything about Chris Christie was the key factor in the New Hampshire Union Leader's decision.
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Joni Ernst, an Iowa state senator and the GOP candidate for Iowa's open U.S. Senate seat, stirred a lot of emotions Thursday
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The endorsement is notable given that the paper recommended Udall over former Rep. Bob Schaffer (R-Colo.) in 2008. Other
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Meanwhile, with one day before the election, the person who drafts and copyedits Sarah Palin's Facebook wall finally came
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The dynamics of voter crowds are changing in the digital era. In fact, there aren't crowds anymore in the old-fashioned sense
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The "smart" view of newspaper endorsements is that they are an ineffectual relic of a bygone era. But we should welcome and promote editorial endorsements.
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Newspapers that have backed Obama have generally pointed to the nuanced ways in which his policies rescued the economy from