After New Hampshire The Evangelical Seduction Interruptus Already in Iowa the evangelical movement toward Donald Trump was underway, for better or worse. Evangelicals were roughly 66 percent of the Iowa Republican caucus vote. In New Hampshire, the share in Tuesday's election was about 22 percent, or about one-third the impact. Show More Summary
Welcome to Primary Concerns, a New Republic podcast exploring the 2016 presidential primaries, hosted by senior editor Brian Beutler. Primary season can be a fascinating and confusing part of the election process. Each week, we’ll post...Show More Summary
The tide appears to be turning against the Clintons' long and close relationship with many African-American voters. Fresh from his victory in New Hampshire, Bernie Sanders stopped in Harlem to have breakfast with Reverend Al Sharpton,...Show More Summary
With both the Iowa and New Hampshire primaries now over, we’re starting to get some sort of idea around where the 2016 Presidential race is heading. On the Republican side of the race, Donald Trump and Ted Cruz have both come out on top. Show More Summary
Georgia really wants to protect religious leaders from having to perform same-sex marriages, a rundown of the New Hampshire primary, a transgender lesbian couple faced constant harassment and vandalism at their home so they installed...Show More Summary
Jimmy Fallon spoofed Bernie Sanders’ New Hampshire victory speech on “The Tonight Show” and poked fun at several other candidates throughout. Produced by Jacqui Frank Follow BI Video: On Facebook Join the conversation about this story »
This got lost a bit in the rush of debates and results out of New Hampshire. But this is really critical information. It turns out that Voter ID laws - now in force in most US states - are even more effective than we thought at reducing minority turnout. A lot more effective. Read More ?
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CCP: The Center for Competitive Politics (CCP), America’s largest nonprofit working to promote and defend First Amendment rights to free political speech, assembly, and petition, today released an issue brief showing that money spent by candidates and super PACs was negatively correlated … Continue reading ?
Wall Street Journal: “After seeing Mr. Trump’s efforts to be more positive play well in the final days before New Hampshire voting, the campaign manager decided on Wednesday to pull a negative ad running in South Carolina against Mr. Cruz. With only [...]
Eugene Robinson, a panelist on MSNBC’s Morning Joe, was frank, “She got creamed” in New Hampshire. CNN’s Carol Costello said similar things, that Hillary was “destroyed” and it was “painful” to watch. Photo by tedeytan
Fighting to regain footing for his campaign down south after a bruising primary performance in New Hampshire, Marco Rubio sought to skewer the Republican front-runner on Thursday morning.
Colbert jokingly protests: "But I'm in the 1%." Stephen Colbert congratulated Bernie Sanders on his New Hampshire landslide, and overwhelming (86 percent!) youth vote Wednesday night. "It's like you're puppy monkey baby," Colbert says, referencing the Super Bowl ad. Show More Summary
Desperate times call for desperate measures. Humbled by his disastrous performance in New Hampshire, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) hit the campaign trail in South Carolina on Thursday and did what he has refrained from doing for months -- attacking real estate mogul and GOP front-runner Donald Trump. "Donald Trump has zero foreign policy experience. Show More Summary
Grinning and upbeat from his recent landslide victory in the New Hampshire primary, Bernie Sanders appeared on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert Wednesday night to a cheering, feel-the-Bern crowd, but not without getting grilled byShow More Summary
Does Marco Rubio need Second City? It certainly looked that way in New Hampshire on Feb. 6. At the eighth Republican debate, the prominent candidate for the Republican Party's presidential nomination was goaded by his pugnacious rival, Gov. Chris Christie, into a debate meltdown so subsequently...
For Marco Rubio, Tuesday night was supposed to be phase two of a daring strategy that would shoot him into the lead in the Republican primary for President of the United States. Step one was to come in a strong third in Iowa, then a strong second in New Hampshire and finally to win the South Carolina primary on February 20th. Show More Summary
Thursday night’s Democratic presidential debate in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, a politically divided state, is the party’s seventh contest—and the first since Bernie Sanders won the New Hampshire primary in a landslide victory. The Vermont...Show More Summary
Panic has set in after golden boy Marco Rubio betrayed the Republican establishment’s hopes and dreams by coming in a weak fifth in the New Hampshire primary after a humiliating debate performance Saturday night. Rubio’s campaign isShow More Summary
Tom Janssen, Cagle Cartoons Making Sense by Michael Reagan Goodbye, Chris. You did your best in New Hampshire. And you sure did put a good New Jersey-style hit job on Kid Rubio, whom you out-psyched and out-boxed at the debate last weekend. But the primary voters of New Hampshire sent you a clear message Tuesday night — quit. Gov. Show More Summary