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Beto O’Rourke Raises $9.4 Million In Opening Weeks Of Campaign
The Texan’s campaign didn’t reveal how much cash they have on hand.
GOP Money Machine Stumbles Over Fears Of Putting Data In Trump’s Hands
By Tom LoBianco, Yahoo News
The fight over WINRED and online fundraising marks one of the last holdouts of the Republican establishment against Trump.
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Democratic Super PAC Says Howard Schultz Is Skirting Federal Election Law
A liberal super PAC has filed a complaint with the FEC alleging that Schultz might be “attempting to exploit” federal election law.
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Jake Tapper Highlights The 'Sleazy' Part Of Donald Trump’s State Of The Union Preparation
The CNN host also asked, however, whether it was just "smart campaigning."
Bernie Sanders Set To Announce 2020 Presidential Run
By Hunter Walker, Yahoo News
WASHINGTON—Three years after fighting a surprisingly competitive Democratic primary race against Hillary Clinton, Vermont
Elderly, Conservatives Spread The Most Fake News During 2016 Election
By Seth Borenstein, AP
New study finds these Americans shared more false information during Trump's presidential campaign than other demographics.
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Mark Zuckerberg Says Facebook Can't Stop All Election Interference
The social media giant chalked it up to an issue that "can never fully be solved."
Bernie Sanders Eyes 'Bigger' 2020 Presidential Run Despite Some Warning Signs
The Vermont senator has indicated he would step aside if another candidate with a better shot at beating Donald Trump should emerge.
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Broadway Show About Hillary And Bill Clinton To Star Laurie Metcalf, John Lithgow
The play is set during the 2008 Democratic presidential race that she lost to Barack Obama.
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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Slams Conservative Commentator: 'I Don't Owe' You A Response
Ben Shapiro challenged Ocasio-Cortez to a debate and offered her campaign $10,000 if she participated.
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Cops. Threats. Stalking. Racial Slurs. Welcome To #CanvassingWhileBlack.
Nonwhite campaigners brace for the worst as they go door-to-door in the Trump era.
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5 Reasons Why Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Stands Out
The candidate who toppled Joe Crowley in New York is a young, political outsider who is ready to make a difference.
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GOP Sen. Jeff Flake: Trump's 'Spygate' Is A 'Diversion Tactic'
“There is concern that the president is laying the groundwork to move on Bob Mueller or [Rod] Rosenstein," the Arizona senator said.
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Ireland's Historic Vote On Legalizing Abortion Is Haunted By Trump And Brexit
American influence could tip the referendum.
Leah Millis / Reuters
Trump Jr. Met With Emissary For Gulf Princes Offering Help With Campaign In 2016: Report
The crown princes of the UAE and Saudi Arabia offered help to the Trump presidential campaign, the New York Times reports.
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What To Know About Cambridge Analytica
Here's what you should know about Cambridge Analytica and how you can protect your privacy.
The Most Substantive Debate in Recent Political History
Director of the Public Good Initiative at the Institute for Lo...
Win or lose, Bernie Sanders has made this Democratic primary the most substantive in my lifetime. Not that Hillary Clinton's campaign is devoid of ideas. She has some thoughtful ones. But the boldness of Sanders' proposals is what has driven this historic and instructive debate.
The One Issue Where Other Republicans Could 'Gang Up' On Rand Paul
Dave Catanese joins HuffPost Live to talk about the one issue where other republicans could "gang up" on Rand Paul.
The Important Differences Between Rand Paul And His Dad Ron Paul
Glenn Thrush joins HuffPost Live to talk about the difference between Rand Paul and his father.
The Provocateur: Cruz Goes Hard Right on the Influence Spectrum
I'm the guy that invented the first periodic table of influenc...
In contests of most any kind, it's often best to go second. Particularly if you think you're the better player. But if you're the weaker, then surely you should go first.
Michigan State Rep. On Everyday Sexism In Politics
State Rep. Kristy Pagan joins HuffPost Live to talk about how she deals with facing sexual harassment.
Fundraisers: Sinking One Politician at a Time
Political Consultant at Imprimatur
One surprisingly hot topic at fundraisers lately is campaign finance reform. Surprising to me because I can't imagine trying to make a sale and telling my customers that buying is itself a dangerous trend.
Politics and the Infotainment Problem
Young Wellesley College alumna
The scene resembled a Super Bowl party, except it was Election Night and Wellesley College students were following the people we wanted to empower with the rule of law, not the people whose field goal expertise we admired.
No Surge In The Polls For Romney
Jacob chats with HuffPost Senior Polling Editor Mark Blumenthal about the lack of significant movement in the latest polls.
Are Political Pundits Making You Panic?
NYT Bestselling author, 'Learning to Breathe - My Yearlong Que...
What if we just followed this election for ourselves, moment to moment, living in each actual moment as it happens, without checking to see how anyone else on the planet is interpreting that moment? Wouldn't that be a better way to prepare ourselves to cast ballots?
San Rafael Bans Smoking
The Community sounds off with Ahmed on the new smoking ban in California. We are joined by Deborah McCreath-Akbar, Katie Halper, Kenneth Damborg, Kyle Hillman and Unai Montes-Irueste.
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