Hillary Clinton will be the next POTUS. There will be no magical moment that, all of a sudden in the last three weeks, everyone changes their mind. But, hey, some folks love a horse race. So, for you that do, there’s always Congress.
x #National @pewresearch (9/27-10/10 RV's)
Clinton 46 (+7)
Clinton 53 (+9)
Trump 44https://t.co/ghz2iYvMBg — Political Polls (@PpollingNumbers) October 14, 2016
Cracked has a great, long sympathetic piece on rural America’s view of the elite and city folk, well worth a read if you want to understand Trump voters feeling left behind:
How Half Of America Lost Its Fking Mind
As a kid, visiting Chicago was like, well, Katniss visiting the capital.
Philip Bump: Bernie Sanders says Americans back his agenda — and he’s mostly right He's not left. He's center. And that's right. Glenn Thrush: Hillary Clinton hasn’t always been a profile in political courage, but she’s had her mome...
NY Times: In an unusually impassioned speech, Hillary Rodham Clinton delivered a pointed assessment of race in America on Wednesday, lamenting the recent deaths of young black men and calling for overhauling the “out-of-balance” cri...
As always, the best primary stories will come tomorrow (I say that every Tuesday; no one’s ignoring Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders wins). Hillary Clinton will be the nominee, the delegates were a close split last night (maybe Be...
Amy Chozick at The New York Times provides a rundown of Hillary Clinton's speech on the economy: Hillary Rodham Clinton on Monday blamed Republicans for “35 years” of policies that have exacerbated income inequality by giving “more ...