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Asma Khalid

Asma Khalid appears in the following:

W. Is Back: Bush Bros. To Campaign Together

Thursday, February 11, 2016

George W. Bush heads to South Carolina to help his brother Jeb. It's the first time the former president is publicly hitting the campaign trail in years.

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N.H. Primary Leaves Some GOP Candidates Pondering Their Status

Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Ohio Gov. John Kasich breathed life into his campaign with a second place finish in the GOP presidential primary. It was a surprising night that included a disappointing finish for Sen. Marco Rubio.

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Final Votes Cast As Most Polls Begin To Close In New Hampshire

Tuesday, February 09, 2016

Polls are closing at this hour across much of New Hampshire after a day when state officials projected record voter turnout. Candidates are staked out around the state awaiting results.

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In New Hampshire, Mainstream Republicans Battle To Revive Campaigns

Tuesday, February 09, 2016

Several GOP candidates have a lot at stake Tuesday as results come in from New Hampshire. Donald Trump has been riding high in the polls there, while mainstream Republicans are battling to stay alive.

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N.H. Voters To Decide If Rubio Builds On Iowa Caucuses' Momentum

Tuesday, February 09, 2016

Sen. Marco Rubio made his closing argument to New Hampshire voters. Over the weekend, his campaign stumbled in the GOP presidential debate. Will his momentum continue or stall in the Granite State?

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Christie Calls Rubio Out On His 'Scripted' Campaign Rhetoric

Monday, February 08, 2016

Marco Rubio came under heavy assault — especially by N.J. Gov. Chris Chrstie — at a weekend GOP presidential debate. Rubio kept repeating a single sentence almost verbatim.

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'Boy In The Bubble': Marco Rubio Taking Punches From All Corners In N.H.

Friday, February 05, 2016

"When everyone's attacking you, you must be doing something right," Rubio told reporters in Manchester this week.

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Politics Podcast: If Not Iowa, Which State Should Vote First?

Thursday, February 04, 2016

If Iowa and New Hampshire weren't the first to vote in the presidential primary, what state should be? NPR digs into demographics to try to find the state most representative of the U.S. as a whole.

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GOP Presidential Candidates Put Iowa Behind Them, Court N.H. Voters

Wednesday, February 03, 2016

As the presidential campaign turns to New Hampshire, Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio are building on momentum from Iowa. Donald Trump is trying to prove he's resilient with a return to raucous rallies.

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The Perfect State Index: If Iowa, N.H. Are Too White To Go First, Then Who?

Friday, January 29, 2016

Critics say Iowa and New Hampshire aren't demographically representative of the country. And, that's true. So, we've created the Perfect State Index to determine which state is a true microcosm.

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Idealism Vs. Pragmatism: How Style Divides The Democratic Candidates

Wednesday, January 27, 2016

There are policy differences between the two leading Democratic presidential candidates, but those differences are small compared to the gap in style and tone.

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Sidestepping Iowa, John Kasich Is Hedging His Bets On New Hampshire

Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Ohio Gov. John Kasich has held more town halls in New Hampshire than any other candidate — 80 to date. He's hoping a strong performance in the state will keep his campaign alive.

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Ohio Gov. John Kasich Focuses On New Hampshire In Early Primary Race

Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Republican presidential hopeful John Kasich is making New Hampshire his main focus. NPR explores what his campaign hopes to achieve.

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Activists Mobilize Iowa's Growing Latino Population Towards Caucuses

Saturday, January 23, 2016

For the first time, the Latino vote is being targeted in a systematic way to urge caucus participation from thousands. With the state's small but fast-growing Latino community, it's no easy task.

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Bernie Sanders' New, More Aggressive Campaign Game

Wednesday, January 20, 2016

The Vermont senator crisscrossed snowy western Iowa on Tuesday in a brand new campaign bus. He spoke about his usual economic message but also stepped up his political punches against Hillary Clinton.

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Pew Report Outlines Potential Impact Of Latinos On Presidential Politics

Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Latino voters are expected to make up about 12 percent of the electorate this presidential election. There are about 27 million eligible voters, and the majority of them are young, which makes this a voter group that has the potential to influence elections for generations to come. The only catch is voter turnout among young Latinos is the lowest of any racial group.

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Republicans' White Working-Class Trap: A Growing Reliance

Monday, January 18, 2016

In 2012, whites without a college degree were far more likely to vote Republican. They are a shrinking part of the electorate, but their influence is growing in GOP primaries.

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New Asian-American SuperPAC Formed To Increase 'The Power Of Our Vote'

Thursday, January 14, 2016

Asian-Americans had the lowest voter turnout of any racial group in 2012. A new superPAC is trying to change that record, with hopes of tilting the election.

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Pastors Say Va. GOP Loyalty Pledge Creates 'Burden Of Fear' For Black Voters

Thursday, January 07, 2016

Three pastors are suing the Virginia Board of Elections, arguing that a new rule requiring voters to pledge loyalty to the Republican Party before voting in the state's primary is discriminatory.

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Jabbing Rivals, Marco Rubio Tries To Break Through On Foreign Policy Record

Monday, January 04, 2016

The Florida senator has struggled to gain traction in a crowded GOP field. During a two-day campaign swing through the Granite State, he tried to portray himself as the best candidate to tackle ISIS.

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