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As socialism sees resurgence, here are its pros and cons

The Democratic Socialists of America reports at least 46 other Democratic socialist candidates have won primaries this year, and that the organization has grown from 7,000 members to 50,000 since President Trump was elected.

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The two presidential candidates who will square off in Brazil’s runoff later this month are calling for an end to politically motivated violence— an issue emerging as a central theme of the elections

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The Angels have at least 10 names on their initial list as they search for a new manager for the first time since 1999. Astros bench coach Joe Espada is the only known candidate, with special assistants Brad Ausmus and Eric Chavez believed to be among the internal candidates.

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Hurricane Michael postpones debate between Florida Senate candidates Rick Scott, Bill Nelson

The planned Senate debate between Incumbent Bill Nelson and Republican Rick Scott has been postponed due to Hurricane Michael. No new date set yet.         

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10,000 N.J. voters got mail-in ballots with errors in them

The Middlesex County Clerk's office says it's been strapped by the state's new vote-by-mail policy. About 10,000 of the vote-by-mail ballots that the Middlesex County Clerk's office sent out last weekend contained errors in the recipients' addresses, authorities said. County Clerk...

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Controversies surrounding the major candidates for governor cast a long shadow over the final broadcast debate of the campaign Thursday, with Gov. Bruce Rauner and Democrat J.B. Pritzker defending accusations of wrongdoing and trying to cast the other as having engaged in criminal conduct. The...

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Taylor Swift has finally broken her political silence, and it couldn't have come at a better time. The "Delicate" singer's decision to keep her political opinions to herself over the last few years has earned her plenty of criticism, especially since she hinged much of her 1989 album and tour around...

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Father-daughter team best for Pitman; Dem freeholder picks respect women | Feedback

Judy Lohmann praises a pair of borough council candidates. Political signs are popping up all over, and I was particularly glad to see one that told me that the dynamic duo of father and daughter Jim Fortney and Patti Kelley are running as the Republican nominees for Pitman Borough Council. Kelly...

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Amid violence, Brazil presidential candidates call for calm

The two presidential candidates who will square off in Brazil's runoff this month are calling for an end to politically motivated violence— an issue emerging as a central theme of the elections.

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The two presidential candidates who will square off in Brazil's runoff this month are calling for an end to politically motivated violence — an issue emerging as a central theme of the election. Numerous cases of violence were reported in the week before the first round of voting on Sunday and...

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President Trump remained disciplined for weeks. Throughout the fight over Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court, Trump largely stuck to his script — defending his nominee, attacking his attackers — and mostly ceding center stage to others. The president’s approval ratings...

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A recent poll shows voters care about taxes in the race for Pennsylvania governor. Here is what Scott Wagner and Gov. Wolf say about the issue.

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ALAMOSA — Meet and greet Alamosa County, Colorado House District 62, and Congressional District 3 Republican candidates from 5:30-7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, October 16, at St. Ives Pub in downtown Alamosa.

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ALAMOSA — Meet and greet Alamosa County, Colorado House District 62, and Congressional District 3 Republican candidates from 5:30-7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, October 16, at St. Ives Pub in downtown Alamosa.

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Debate exposes sharp divide between Congressional candidates Grossman, Van Drew

Republican Seth Grossman and Democrat Jeff Van Drew met face-to-face at Stockton University Wednesday.

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Where do Pa. candidates for governor stand on property taxes?

A recent poll shows voters care about taxes in the race for Pennsylvania governor. Here is what Scott Wagner and Gov. Wolf say about the issue.

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Dramatic Increase In Women Of Color As 2018 Candidates: Report

There was a 75 percent increase in women of color among nominees for Congress since 2012, a study shows.

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Internal GOP memo says Democratic candidates will spend almost $50 million more than Republicans in the final sprint to next month’s midterm elections.

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