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Elections 2016

Trump called Clinton a ‘bigot’ — so Kaine sharpened his tongue

Tim Kaine, Hillary Clinton’s running mate, made more incisive attacks against Donald Trump in his two-day Florida visit.

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How soon is too soon for ex-lawmakers to turn into lobbyists?

Democratic nominee for U.S. Senate Deborah Ross of Raleigh, N.C., is hoping to highlight political ethics as polls show a tightening race against incumbent U.S. Sen. Richard Burr. Her campaign is criticizing a past Burr vote on insider trading prohibitions and pushing her call to undo Citizens United.

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Maine state senator: Censure may be in order for governor

Last week, after stating that 90 percent of suspects in drug busts are black or Hispanic, Maine Gov. Paul LePage left a profane voice mail for a Democratic state representative, challenging him to prove that he is a racist. On Sunday, Republican Amy Volk posted a message to her Facebook followers, which was quoted in full by a Portland newspaper, stating she had “deep concerns” about the governor’s recent behavior.

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Trump uses Dwayne Wade’s cousin’s death to appeal to black voters? - Election Rewind

In Iowa, Donald Trump continued his appeal to African-Americans for their vote following the death of basketball star Dwyane Wade's cousin in Chicago. The Clinton campaign shot back with a campaign ad, telling those voters they have "everything" to lose with Trump.
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Trump uses Dwayne Wade’s cousin’s death to appeal to black voters? - Election Rewind 1:28

Trump uses Dwayne Wade’s cousin’s death to appeal to black voters? - Election Rewind

Tim Kaine knocks Trump — and Florida Governor Scott 1:57

Tim Kaine knocks Trump — and Florida Governor Scott

Trump and Clinton go after each other for racism - Election Rewind 1:22

Trump and Clinton go after each other for racism - Election Rewind

Trump supporter dresses as Donald Trump at Tampa rally 0:52

Trump supporter dresses as Donald Trump at Tampa rally

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