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Political Snippets from Around the Country

Check out these political snippets on congressional and gubernatorial races from across the country.

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Key Pennsylvania Primary Tomorrow

The long-awaited Pennsylvania primary is on tap for tomorrow, and the Senate Republican battle is ending with a flurry of outside organizations running media attack ads.

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Mooney Defeats McKinley; Pillen Wins in Nebraska

Former President Trump has his hands in many upcoming elections, Nebraska and West Virginia's results showing the pull he does and doesn't have in the outcomes. 

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Primary Turnout as a Precursor

There is always a great deal of political talk about polling data and how survey answers might provide a window into what may happen in an upcoming election, but clearer patterns are determined from actual voting statistics rather than sampling universes.

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Alabama Senate Primary Tightening

Two new surveys reveal that US Rep. Mo Brooks (R-Huntsville) is rebounding to the point of again becoming competitive for the second runoff position in the Alabama May 24 Republican US Senate primary.

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Political Trivia

Test your political knowledge with these trivia questions. 

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Democrats’ Best Map Tossed

New York's highest court rejected congressional maps enacted by state Democrats and found them to be unconstitutionally gerrymandered. 

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Preview of Tomorrow's Primary in Ohio

The primary season kicks off for real tomorrow, as voters in Indiana and Ohio will complete their states’ nomination process.

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UT-Sen: Dems Coalesce Behind Independent

In a move that was the first of its kind in Utah political history, the state's Democratic Party opts not to field a general election Senate candidate, and, instead, forms a coalition to back Independent candidate Evan McMullin. 

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Self-Funding Candidates Saving GOP

The first quarter financial reports are now public and we see a stark difference between Democrats and Republicans in funding for the key May primary Senate races in Pennsylvania and Ohio, in particular.

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