“Elections 2016”


DAILY KOS

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” The Republicans’ November fantasy: A glance at the GOP’s swing state strategy ought to delight Democrats everywhere”


SALON

Democratic U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks to supporters at a primary night party in Columbia, South Carolina, February 27, 2016. Clinton rolled to a big victory over rival Bernie Sanders on Saturday, propelling her into next week's crucial "Super Tuesday" voting in 11 states on a wave of momentum. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst - RTS8BMG
Democratic U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks to supporters at a primary night party in Columbia, South Carolina, February 27, 2016. Clinton rolled to a big victory over rival Bernie Sanders on Saturday, propelling her into next week’s crucial “Super Tuesday” voting in 11 states on a wave of momentum. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst – RTS8BMG

“Super Tuesday: Clinton, Trump win big; Cruz takes Texas; Rubio scores first win”


CNN

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“Breaking down Democrats’ Super Tuesday map”


POLITICO

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“Wall Street’s nightmare: President Warren”


POLITICO

By Ben White and Maggie Haberman

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NEW YORK — There are three words that strike terror in the hearts of Wall Street bankers and corporate executives across the land: President Elizabeth Warren.

The anxiety over Warren grew Monday after a magazine report suggested the bank-bashing Democratic senator from Massachusetts could mount a presidential bid in 2016 and would not necessarily defer to Hillary Clinton — who is viewed as far more business-friendly — for the party’s nomination

And the fear is not only that Warren, who channels an increasingly popular strain of Occupy Wall Street-style anti-corporatism, might win. That is viewed by many political analysts as a slim possibility. It is also that a Warren candidacy, and even the threat of one, would push Clinton to the left in the primaries and revive arguments about breaking up the nation’s largest banks, raising taxes on the wealthy and otherwise stoking populist anger that is likely to also play a big role in the Republican primaries.

(Also on POLITICO: Report fuels prospect of 2016 Elizabeth Warren run)

Read more: http://www.politico.com/story/2013/11/wall-street-elizabeth-warren-president-2016-elections-99697.html#ixzz2kQZJrUfw

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