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How a right wing Democrat won big in Miami

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The lesson for Democratic liberals certainly is that they should not be too confident of their dominance within the party, lest another “Campbell miracle” occur again.

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Vice Presidential Debate Recap: Pence Won, Trump lost

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Despite their great differences, Pence and Kiane agreed with each other on some occasions and ultimately appeared much more amiable together than Clinton and Trump.

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Gubernatorial Elections: Why they are important and which to watch

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Gubernatorial elections are vital to the political process, as governors possess veto powers that can stall, if not kill, bills for good.

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The new wave of isolationism

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In both the Democratic and Republican parties, isolationism is coming back into style.

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