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Election 2016: Plenty at stake for Republican, Democratic presidential candidates in Indiana primary



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Clinton could lose momentum if Sanders gets a big primary victory in Indiana that could further extend their primary battle. Sanders is a long shot to get the upset win for the Democratic nomination, but both candidates are taking Indiana seriously and have opened campaign offices throughout the state.

http://www.elkharttruth.com/news/politics/Elections/2016/04/15/Election-2016-Plenty-at-stake-for-Republican-Democratic-presidential-candidates-in-Indiana-primary.html

Meet the Democratic women fighting for Sanders

Hillary Clinton is already closer than anyone in history to being the nation's first woman president. But that doesn't mean all female Democratic officeholders are on her side.

Two of Bernie Sanders' biggest surrogates on the campaign trail are Hawaii Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, who is campaigning for him in Pennsylvania on Friday, and former Ohio State Sen. Nina Turner. And they say going against the Clinton grain has not been easy.

Turner distinctly remembers what happened a few days after she publicly endorsed Sanders. She was set to be the keynote speaker at Planned Parenthood event. The organization, which has now endorsed Hillary Clinton, was still unaffiliated with either campaign. Yet when she arrived folks who organized the fundraiser told her that they were working to "ease tensions" in order to make sure she was treated with respect.

Turner was confused by what they meant. She soon found out.

more: http://www.cbsnews.com/news/meet-the-democratic-women-fighting-for-sanders/

FOX NEWS POLL: Trump leads in California, Clinton-Sanders in close race

Republican Donald Trump holds a big lead in California, in a new Fox News Poll, while Hillary Clinton has a razor-thin edge over Bernie Sanders in the Democratic race.

Trump captures 49 percent of likely Republican primary voters. Thatís more than the combined support for his two remaining competitors: Ted Cruz receives 22 percent and John Kasich 20 percent.

The mogul leads his rivals by a wide margin among every demographic group, including those he sometimes has trouble capturing: women, young voters, college graduates, and very conservatives.

Clinton is up by just two points over Sanders among California likely Democratic primary voters (48-46 percent).

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2016/04/22/trump-leads-in-california-clinton-sanders-in-close-race.html?intcmp=hpbt2

FOX NEWS POLL: Trump leads in California, Clinton-Sanders in close race

Republican Donald Trump holds a big lead in California, in a new Fox News Poll, while Hillary Clinton has a razor-thin edge over Bernie Sanders in the Democratic race.

Trump captures 49 percent of likely Republican primary voters. Thatís more than the combined support for his two remaining competitors: Ted Cruz receives 22 percent and John Kasich 20 percent.

The mogul leads his rivals by a wide margin among every demographic group, including those he sometimes has trouble capturing: women, young voters, college graduates, and very conservatives.

Clinton is up by just two points over Sanders among California likely Democratic primary voters (48-46 percent).

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2016/04/22/trump-leads-in-california-clinton-sanders-in-close-race.html?intcmp=hpbt2

When Hillary Was a Republican

As a young girl, Hillary Clinton followed in the footsteps of her Republican father, Hugh Rodham, in his support of Arizona Senator Barry Goldwater.

http://www.nbcnews.com/video/when-hillary-was-a-republican-671953987662

Reminder: Early voting is now open in Indiana! Why wait? Go vote!!! :D nt

Rare Indiana poll shows Trump and Clinton narrowly ahead

Donald Trump tops his Republican rivals in Indiana, according to a WTHR/Howey Politics poll released on Friday.

Trump leads with 37 percent support in the state, which votes on May 3, followed by Ted Cruz at 31 percent and John Kasich at 22 percent.

Among Indiana Democrats, Hillary Clinton holds a somewhat narrower lead over Bernie Sanders.

Clinton has a 3-point advantage over the Vermont senator, 48 percent to 45 percent. Core Democrats favor Clinton by a 13-point margin (53 percent to 40 percent), but Sanders performs better among occasional and first-time voters by even wider margins (55 percent to 40 percent among occasional voters and 66 percent to 27 percent among first-time voters).

Read more: http://www.politico.com/story/2016/04/poll-indiana-trump-hillary-clinton-222316#ixzz46atlX2Fk

Jane Sanders on MSNBC today on the path forward:

http://www.msnbc.com/msnbc-news/watch/jane-sanders-it-s-a-hard-path-forward-671873091533

Jane Sanders on MSNBC today:

http://www.msnbc.com/msnbc-news/watch/jane-sanders-it-s-a-hard-path-forward-671873091533

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