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Reena Flores is a video producer at National Journal, working with the digital team and concentrating on original video production. Prior to joining National Journal, she interned at various local and national broadcast news outlets, including CNN, NPR's San Francisco affiliate KQED Radio News, and MSNBC.com. Reena hails from California and is a proud graduate of the University of California, Berkeley.

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Watching Justice Antonin Scalia could get a lot more interesting. 

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There are an unapologetic number of 'Fangate' puns found here. 

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Distance your platform from President Obama, and consider yourself elected. 

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Candidates must appeal to the electorate's cable reality-show sensibilities.

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