Noted strawberry-hater Tom Brady would not say which candidate he favors.
In Feb of this year RespectAbility released a "Disability Voter Guide" ahead of Super Tuesday with a rundown of where each candidate stood on disability issues.In creating this guide they sent each of the candidates a survey of 16 questions...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (AP) — Hillary Clinton's campaign tried to move the Illinois presidential primary to a later date, believing it might stop momentum for a moderate Republican candidate after the Super Tuesday primaries and emphasizing that...Show More Summary
Two days after Donald Trump swept the Super Tuesday primaries, Terri Bonoff was perched on the couch in her living room in Minnetonka, an affluent Minneapolis suburb, suffering through the eleventh Republican debate. Bonoff, a longtime Democratic state senator, knew what to expect by now. Show More Summary
Clinton and Trump won big on Super Tuesday. (Clinton: Northern Ireland Executive / CC BY-ND 2.0; Trump: Gage Skidmore / CC BY-SA 2.0) On Wednesday evening at 5 p.m. PDT, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton will face...Show More Summary
Don’t underestimate the box office traction of Warner Bros. Suicide Squad. In its fifth day at the box office, the David Ayer DC villain movie took in $14.27M, up 9% from Monday. Of course, that’s a record Tuesday in August, and as we’ve seen all along, Suicide Squad keeps whomping Disney/Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy records. Show More Summary
For months—for some since Super Tuesday—Hillary Clinton's supporters in politics and media have insisted that Bernie Sanders accept reality, accept defeat, and concede the Democratic nomination to Hillary Clinton. On Tuesday, he did just that. Show More Summary
CNN crushed its cable news competitors in the news demographic last night as Hillary Clinton made history, becoming the first woman to clinch a major political party’s nomination. Fox News Channel loggest the largest primetime overall...Show More Summary
In the wake of her Super Tuesday primary wins in California, New Jersey, South Dakota, and New Mexico, Hillary Clinton triumphantly took the stage at the Brooklyn Navy Yard yesterday to claim victory, telling exultant supporters that her historic win is the continuation of battles started by 19th century women's rights pioneers in Seneca Falls, N.Y. Show More Summary
Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton and Republican Donald Trump claimed their parties' presidential nominations and are turning their political guns on each other. Continue reading ? The post Clinton, Trump sharpen contrasts for matchup, and other final Super Tuesday takeaways appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
Hillary Clinton makes history following the last Super Tuesday of the 2016 primary season. On Tuesday night, Hillary Clinton became the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee when she reached and surpassed the magic number of 2,383 delegates needed to secure the Democratic presidential nomination after a slew of Tuesday primary wins. Show More Summary
A hashtag song trend attempts to show supporters of Sen. Bernie Sanders and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton that despite the Super Tuesday political tension, love will keep us together.
Super Tuesday 2 is upon us, and we will be updating this post throughout the night as results come in for more states on both the Democratic and Republican side.
Tuesday has been dubbed Super Tuesday 5 with California, New Jersey, New Mexico, Montana and the Dakotas going to the polls. And while Hillary Clinton was characterized as the presumptive Democratic nominee by the AP and NBC News on Monday, neither s… Read The post Who Do Gay California Voters Favor? Scruff Makes a Prediction appeared first on Towleroad.
That’s a lot of hashtags. Wow. Anyway. Here’s our boardroom, set up to celebrate our tenth anniversary – and Super Tuesday! Hacks and flacks will be in abundance. So too beer, pizza and political gossip!
Are you voting in one of Tuesday’s six primaries? (via Flickr) 12:08 p.m. PST: Welcome to another Truthdig Primary Day Live Blog! Tuesday is the last of the presidential primaries (minus Washington, D.C., which votes June 14)—and there are some big states up for grabs. Show More Summary
On Tuesday the attention for the 2016 election shifts to the next phase, as both the Democratic and Republican parties hold voting conventions in some key primary and caucus states.
The primary season started in cold, snowy Iowa and New Hampshire, and it essentially ends in sunny California. Today, six caucuses and primaries take place — the final super Tuesday of the year before the general election. Although The Associated Press declared Hillary Clinton the presumptive Democratic nominee Monday night, based on her winning a […]
Today is another—and the final!—Super Tuesday, with primaries in California, Montana, New Jersey, New Mexico, and South Dakota, as well as a Democratic caucus in North Dakota!Although the AP announced last night that Hillary ClintonShow More Summary