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How Republicans Could Dump Trump
If the Convention Rules Committee voted to free up “bound” delegates, and a majority of the convention delegates followed suit, the nomination would be up for grabs.
By S.V. Dáte
Voting for the Lesser of Two Evils
This could be the first presidential election in which more people vote against a candidate than for one.
By Charlie Cook
Trump’s Racially Barbed Message
GOP leaders refrained from condemning him until his attack on an Indiana judge threatened to define the party.
By Ronald Brownstein
Clinton’s Next Hurdle: “Bernie or Bust” Voters
Sanders supporters who identify themselves as independents appear reluctant to get behind the presumptive Democratic nominee.
By Adam Wollner
Club for Growth Turns Its Attention to Congress
The group could make 10 more House race endorsements.
By Andrea Drusch
Why Orlando Won’t Decide the Race
The nation has endured numerous mass shootings, with few or no political consequences.