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Via WEEKLY STANDARD: New York City mayor Bill de Blasio once again refused to endorse his former boss, Hillary Clinton, in remarks today. "This is a different country we’re living in right now, and I think we need to hear a vision that relates to this tim," de Blasio said. The mayor also suggested that Clinton indeed ...

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Via IJ REVIEW: Students at Iowa’s Kirkwood Community College were apparently on ‘lockdown’ if their classes were along Hillary Clinton’s walking path when she visited their campus Tuesday. Erika Smalley, a Kirkwood Student, sent us this photo of the students apparently stuck in their classrooms. Students tell us that they are locked in their class at the Iowa ...

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Via VOCATIV: What was the voting public most interested in about Hillary Clinton and Marco Rubio after they formally announced their presidential bids? Their ages – according to an analysis of the top Google queries about both candidates. Google on Monday published the top-five search queries about Clinton and Rubio after their big announcements Sunday and Monday. ...

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MONTICELLO, Iowa — Hillary Clinton may have been speaking to just 22 people here at her Iowa kickoff event, but the now-official 2016 candidate was looking far beyond the people in the room when she outlined, in the clearest terms yet, the rationale for her campaign. "A lot of people in the last few days ...

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Via WASHINGTON EXAMINER: Hillary Rodham Clinton and her support groups are opening a massive fundraising effort to collect an historically-high $2.5 billion to win the White House, according to reports. That amounts to $37.92 per vote in the general election for the Democrat, more than ever spent in a national campaign. The math is based on the ...

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Via DAILY MAIL: When Hillary Clinton steps off her road-trip van on Tuesday at a rural Iowa community college, she might not be greeted by cheering throngs. Daily Mail Online spoke to students at Kirkwood Community College's regional center in Jones County, where the former secretary of state will hold her first low-key campaign event. The outlook isn't ...

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Via WEEKLY STANDARD: A source sends along these photos from Brooklyn today of anti-Hillary Clinton signs everywhere. Clinton is expected to announce her presidential campaign later today. The campaign's headquarters are located in Brooklyn. The signs appear to be a riff on a group of supporters calling certain words often used to describe Clinton as sexist. Words ...

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Via WEEKLY STANDARD: The Republican National Committee is kicking off a paid online ad campaign just ahead of Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign announcement. Clinton is expected to make the much anticipated move as early as this weekend. The ad campaign features this ad, called "Stop Hillary," and is meant to target independent and swing voters. The ad is ...

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PHOENIX (AP) -- Sen. John McCain announced Tuesday that he will run for re-election in 2016, making official a move that has been widely expected for the Republican as he looks to extend his nearly three-decade career in the Senate. McCain described his plans to run before an Arizona Chamber of Commerce luncheon in Phoenix. ...

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LYNCHBURG, Va.— Sen. Ted Cruz took the stage to declare his presidential candidacy at Liberty University Monday, surrounded by upwards of 10,000 cheering students. They weren't all here by choice. Attendance at convocation at Liberty is mandatory, and a group of students clad in "Stand With Rand" shirts sat center stage—directly in view of ...

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Senator Ted Cruz delivers remarks before announcing his candicacy for the Republican nomination to run for US President March 23, 2015, at Liberty University, in Lynchburg, Virginia.(PAUL J. RICHARDS/AFP/Getty Images) LYNCHBURG, Va. — Ted Cruz's official campaign announcement was slow-rolled over the weekend with leaks and, ultimately at midnight Monday, a tweet. But on Monday morning, Cruz ...

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LYNCHBURG, Virginia — In what was clearly meant to be an attack on Sen. Ted Cruz’s presidential campaign, announced shortly after midnight, the Democratic National Committee (DNC) may have accidentally admitted that it’s worried about a Cruz GOP presidential campaign—noting in an email to supporters that his announcement “sent shivers down” their spines. “If you’re like ...

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I'm running for President and I hope to earn your support! pic.twitter.com/0UTqaIoytP— Ted Cruz (@tedcruz) March 23, 2015 via THE BLAZE: Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) is officially running for president of the United States in 2016. The senator laid to rest speculation by announcing his bid for the 2016 GOP nomination for president at midnight on Monday. The announcement ...

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