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Political Wire

‘House of Cards’ Final Season

Daily Beast: “The final season of House of Cards is obsessed with death. That’s as creatively winking as anything the series has done, I guess, considering that all of us, whether or not we watch the

Trump Re-Runs His 2016 Playbook

Amy Walter: “Opinions about the president today basically mirror the vote for the president in 2016. The coalition that brought Trump to the White House, (white, non-college, overwhelmingly male),

Why Trump Keeps Talking about ‘the Caravan’

“When President Trump began tweeting warnings and threats about a caravan of migrants headed for the border, his own government could not explain what he meant,” the New York Times reports. Politico:

Blue Wave or Red Save?

I’m really looking forward to this: Midterm Elections Preview: Blue Wave or Red Save? I’ll be on a panel on Friday at 4 p.m. at Harvard’s Kennedy School with Rick Wilson, Asha Rangapappa and Clare

Is the Assault on Voting Rights Getting Worse?

Rick Hasen: “In some ways we are really talking about two Americas. In one part of America, voting is getting easier. Many blue states, and even some red ones, have moved to adopt automatic voter

Pence Backs Claim of ‘Middle Easterners’ In Caravan

Vice President Pence supported President Trump’s claim without evidence that “unknown Middle Easterners” are traveling with the group of Central American migrants moving north through Mexico toward

Kemp Worried People May Actually Vote In Georgia

Brian Kemp (R), Georgia Secretary of State and the Republican nominee for Georgia governor, expressed at a ticketed campaign event that his opponent Stacey Abrams’ (D) voter turnout operation

Gillum Leads for Florida Governor

A new Quinnipiac poll in Florida finds Andrew Gillum (D) leading Ron DeSantis (R) in the race for governor. 52% to 46%. Said pollster Peter Brown: “The GOP has faced strong opposition from women and

White House Report Warns of Socialism

A pre-election report from the White House Council of Economic Advisers asserts that socialism “is making a comeback in American political discourse,” Axios reports.

Trump Will Hold 10 More Rallies Before Midterms

President Trump “will hold at least another 10 rallies before the midterm elections and his campaign will spend $6 million more on advertising, in a widening effort to defend Republican majorities in

America, Compromised

Out next month: America, Compromised by Lawrence Lessig. “There is not a single American awake to the world who is comfortable with the way things are.”

Zeldin Screws Up His Campaign Mailer Again

For the second consecutive election, a Rep. Lee Zeldin (R-NY) campaign mailer has the wrong deadline for voters to return absentee ballots, Newsday reports. The mailer told voters to postmark their

Fox Shows Kamala Harris In Story on Shooting Suspect

Fox News showed images of Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) during an alert about a shooting suspect and registered sex offender at the University of Utah, the HuffPost reports. The network later aired a

The Hack Gap

Matthew Yglesias: “The hack gap explains why Clinton’s email server received more television news coverage than all policy issues combined in the 2016 election. It explains why Republicans can hope to

Sandra Day O’Connor Announces She Has Dementia

Retired Justice Sandra Day O’Connor revealed in a letter that she has been diagnosed with the “beginning stages of dementia, probably Alzheimer’s disease,” CNN reports. Said O’Connor: “I will continue

Khashoggi’s Body Parts Found

“Body parts belonging to murdered journalist Jamal Khashoggi have been found,” according to Sky News. Sources said the writer had been “cut up” and his face “disfigured.” “One source also suggested Mr

Tester Slightly Ahead In New Poll

A new Montana State University poll finds Sen. Jon Tester (D-MT) leading challenger Matt Rosendale (R) by three percentage points, 46% to 43% in the survey of registered voters.

Obama Stumps In Nevada

Ben Smith: “Obama spent much of his speech on a long defense of his own presidency, and condemnation of Republican governance.” “But Obama didn’t come to Nevada to make news, and he mostly didn’t.

What We Know Two Weeks from Election Day

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Arkansas County Leaves Democrat Off the Ballot

Arkansas Democrat Gazette: “An Arkansas county temporarily closed most of its early voting sites after the Democratic nominee for secretary of state was left off the ballot, a glitch the candidate