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    1. Kilbourne's team stands out

      This Week WorthingtonApr 20 05:10 PM

      adcelannotate = {"mobilepaywallcategory" : "MOBILE_FREE","nativepaywallcategory" : "NATIVE_FREE"}; From in-depth reporting to general feature writing to on-air talent, Worthington Kilbourne High School journalism and broadcast students won a number of 2016 Ohio Scholastic Media Association awards, including two second-place awards for overall news site and overall news magazines.

    2. Grant Bosse Ayotte, Hassan should take unconventional approach

      New Hampshire Union LeaderApr 18 10:05 PM

      The Republican National Convention will be in Cleveland from July 18-21, and Kelly Ayotte should stay 500 miles away, right here in New Hampshire. I'd give the same advice to Gov. Maggie Hassan. There's little reason for her to attend the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.

    3. Will the Sanders-Clinton struggle lead to a gruesome fall defeat? History says no — but that's not the big question

    4. The Democrats spurn moderate voters

      Chicago TribuneApr 18 04:46 PM

      Between the loose cannon Donald Trump and the ultraconservative Ted Cruz, Republicans have been doing their best to give the presidential election away. But it's worse than that: They are doing their best to drive voters into the Democratic fold for years to come. With their targeting of Muslims,...

    5. Joe the Plumber Would Vote for Herman Cain

      US News & World ReportApr 20 10:58 PM

      Wurzelbacher runs for office, supports "a solid individual" for president.


      Independent WeeklyApr 03 12:35 PM

      Editor’s note: The author, David Faris, is a professor of political science at Roosevelt University in Chicago. The views expressed herein are his own and not necessarily those of the university. Tomorrow, if all goes to plan, we’ll be publishing a Bob Geary–penned case for Bernie Sanders.

    7. Ohio's governor clings to a strategy others believe is based on wishful thinking. His persistence is fueling sharp criticism from many Republicans who see him as absent from his job while assisting Donald Trump.

    8. At most 6 percent of Washington's registered voters turned out for the March 26 Democratic precinct caucuses, a level of participation that still produced snaking lines to check in.

    9. Donald Trump has become this season's campaign phenomenon. He's broken all the rules. Yet he could become the Republican presidential nominee and maybe even president. GOP elites are in a frenzy. The Neoconservatives and ultra-hawks who have dominated Republican foreign policy for more than a decade are considering political treason. For instance, dedicated interventionists Max Boot and William...

    10. This article appeared in Huffington Post on April 11, 2016. Donald Trump has become this season’s campaign phenomenon. He’s broken all the rules. Yet he could become the Republican presidential nominee and maybe even president.

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