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Phil AmmannJanuary 12, 2015
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5min6
A Southern Super Tuesday could emerge as seven states are considering aligning voting dates in the 2016 presidential primary calendar. If that happens, Beth Reinhard of the Wall Street Journal believes what follows could become a focal point the battle for the Republican nomination. A Southern Super Tuesday could emerge as seven states are considering […]

Phil AmmannJanuary 12, 2015
Super-Tuesday-1024x1024.jpg

5min6
A Southern Super Tuesday could emerge as seven states are considering aligning voting dates in the 2016 presidential primary calendar. If that happens, Beth Reinhard of the Wall Street Journal believes what follows could become a focal point the battle for the Republican nomination. A Southern Super Tuesday could emerge as seven states are considering […]

Associated PressDecember 15, 2014
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As he signals strong interest in a 2016 presidential campaign, Republican Jeb Bush on Monday encouraged college graduates to “shake things up” and embrace change during a commencement address at South Carolina’s largest university. The former Florida governor’s appearance, weeks before a self-imposed deadline to decide his political future, marked his second visit in three […]


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