Tag: Presidential election

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Egypt: Party of Sisi Opponent in Presidential Race Endorsed Sisi

It looked as if Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi would run for re-election unopposed, but a competing candidate managed to qualify for the March presidential election just minutes before the registration deadline. It probably still won’t be much of a race, as newly minted presidential candidate Mousa Mostafa Mousa leads a party that has endorsed Sisi for re-election and organized political events on the incumbent’s behalf within the last few days.

A Kenyan Samburu warrior casts his ballot at a polling station in Nkirish, in the Eastern Province, during general elections on August 8, 2017. Kenyans began voting in general elections headlined by a too-close-to-call battle between incumbent Uhuru Kenyatta and his rival Raila Odinga, sparking fears of violence in east …

Kenyan Opposition Claims Hackers Rigged Presidential Election

The contentious Kenyan presidential election appears to have returned President Uhuru Kenyatta to office with a ten- or eleven-point win over his main rival, Raila Odinga. However, Odinga claimed Wednesday that the official results are “fictitious” and a fair count of the votes would show him as the winner.

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Limbaugh: Big Government Liberalism Was Told to Go to Hell

Wednesday on his radio show, conservative talked Rush Limbaugh reacted to the previous night’s presidential election, which gave Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump a victory over Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton. Limbaugh told his listeners Republicans should not interpret the outcome

f Canada's troops in Afghanistan is escorted through the air by fighter jets, after the last Canadian troops from Afghanistan returned to Ottawa International Airport on March 18, 2014 in Ottawa, Ontario. Eighty-four armed forces members were welcomed home marking the end of Canada's participation in the Afghanistan war, a …

Canada Immigration Website Crashes on Election Night

A web site explaining to foreigners how to move to Canada crashed on Tuesday night, as it became increasingly clear that Republican Donald Trump would win the 2016 presidential election in the United States.

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Close of Louisiana Early Voting Shows Trump Advantage

NEW ORLEANS, Louisiana – As early voting concludes in deep red Louisiana, GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump appears to have turned out a record number of voters, leaving an apparent advantage over Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.

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Louisiana Shatters Early Voting Record, Up 67 Percent

BATON ROUGE, Louisiana – Voters in the Sportsman’s Paradise State have shattered previous early voting records in the first three days as the 2016 presidential race tightens between GOP nominee Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.

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Former Texas AG First Assistant Chip Roy Now Heads Super PAC for Cruz

The former First Assistant for Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is aligning with his former boss, Texas Senator Ted Cruz, but instead of working directly for him again, he will serve as the executive director for a super PAC supporting his presidential campaign.

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POLL: Cruz Leading in Texas

A new poll has Ted Cruz leading in Texas with a sizable 37 percent according to a new University of Texas and Texas Tribune poll. With only a week before the March 1 Super Tuesday primary, which includes the primary in Texas, Senator Cruz is 8 points over Donald Trump.

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California Republicans React to GOP Debate

On Thursday, the Republican National Committee and the Fox Business News Channel hosted the first GOP Debate of 2016 in Charleston. I made the cross-country trek to be there to see it first-hand!

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No Trump Slump

AMES, Iowa – Donald Trump ignited a political furor with his weekend comments about Sen. John McCain’s war record, but the first polling released since then shows no change in his standing.