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Associated Press

NH: GOP Establishment Spends 20X Per Vote as Trump/Cruz

Donald Trump’s massive and massively consequential New Hampshire victory cost the billionaire businessman a mere $40 per vote, according to a study done by Morning Consult. To come in a distant fourth place, Jeb Bush spent a mind-boggling $1200 per

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Meanwhile at Clinton HQ…

This photograph was taken by The Washington Post Tuesday. — With many hours to go, Clinton’s staff has flags ready for their election night party // photo by @melinamara pic.twitter.com/a9ZvkJNiZp — Post Politics (@postpolitics) February 9, 2016 — Via Victory

Bernie Sanders

Bernie Wallops Hillary With Young NH Voters: 83% to 16%

Hillary Clinton was counting on young voters being excited about the prospect of voting for a historic “first,” meaning the first woman president. It looks as though young Democrats are more enamored with the idea of voting for the historic

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NH Exit Poll: 64% Said Recent Debates ‘Important’

According to the latest exit polls out of New Hampshire, 54% of GOP voters said the recent debates were “important” in their candidate decision. Another 10% described the debates as “very important.” That is almost two-thirds of voters and probably

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National Review Spreads Debunked Claim Trump Voted for Obama

Sometime just after 1 p.m. eastern, on this crucially-important New Hampshire voting day, using a fake Donald Trump tweet, National Review’s official Twitter account spread the thoroughly-debunked claim that Trump voted for Barack Obama: — — The issue of this

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Bill and Hillary Clinton’s Women Victims To Hit Campaign Trail

Reuters reports that Roger Stone, a Republican strategist and Donald Trump supporter, is putting together a group of women to campaign against Hillary Clinton, should the former Secretary of State win the Democrat nomination. The political action committee, originally created