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  • The real math behind Hillary Clinton's candidacy

    WASHINGTON Elections are fundamentally about math, and the most fundamental of the fundamental factors is demographics the ethnic and racial composition of the electorate. So far, Hispanic voters have been getting the most attention from the media and...
  • Putting Obama's 'decisive' victories in historical context

    To the editor: In arguing that Hillary Rodham Clinton should run “a liberal campaign,” Jamelle Bouie skews electoral history. ("The changing face of centrist campaigning," op-ed, June 13) It's true that Bill Clinton “never won a...
  • Stuart Rothenberg: Does Scott Walker have what it takes to win in 2016?

    WASHINGTON Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is widely viewed as a top-tier hopeful for the GOP presidential nomination. But it's less clear he has the right profile to knock off the likely Democratic nominee, former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton....
  • Five predictions for Highland Park

    It's time to bust out the ole crystal ball and make some predictions. They are listed from most to least confident. Mayor Nancy Rotering will be the next 10th District congressperson — if she can win the Democratic primary. Defeating incumbent...
  • Reg Henry: US pols just keep getting curiouser

    This year marks the 150th anniversary of Lewis Carroll's "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland," a fact more relevant than you might suppose. While written ostensibly for children, what is curiouser and curiouser to use Alice's words is that this masterpiece...
  • Clinton to miss convention of liberal activists, bloggers

    Hillary Rodham Clinton isn't expected to show at an annual convention of liberal activists and bloggers often courted by Democratic presidential candidates. Netroots Nation organizers said Wednesday that Democratic presidential candidates Bernie...
  • Guadagno gets invited to Clinton fundraiser

    New Jersey's Republican lieutenant governor is turning down an invitation to attend a fundraiser for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton. A spokeswoman for Kim Guadagno said Wednesday that the state's second-in-command received the...
  • A French take on the U.S. presidential race

     A French take on the U.S. presidential race
    I visited friends last week in Brittany, the French province whose wild Atlantic coast resembles Northern California or Maine. And what do you think a dinner table full of smart French people wanted to talk about? The American presidential campaign. I'...
  • A Trumped-up candidacy

    A Trumped-up candidacy
    There's nothing in the Constitution that says a candidate for president must be a seasoned politician. But Donald Trump? Don't be ridiculous. In a year when a dozen or more Republicans are running for the nomination or contemplating it, the...
  • Lawmakers advance Democrats' election law overhaul

    New Jersey residents could be automatically enrolled to vote when they apply for a driver's license or register online under an election law overhaul being considered by an Assembly panel. The Appropriations Committee advanced the legislation on Monday....
  • Clinton embraces 'first mama' role in second White House run

    Eight years ago, Hillary Rodham Clinton arrived in New Hampshire as a presidential candidate with something to prove. "We have to pick a president who is ready on day one to do the job — the tough, difficult job that will await," she told a...