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On the Issues: Foreign Policy

Foreign Policy The president represents the United States by meeting and working with other world leaders, therefore must have a clear plan on how best to achieve the United States’ international objectives. This plan is referred to as foreign policy and the proposed foreign policy agendas for the presidential candidates ...

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More political parties, more room for representation

The U.S. has suffered under the reign of a two-party system for long enough. Although some people would argue that the U.S. is not a two-party system, the U.S. truly focuses on the most prevalent parties in the country: the Republican and Democratic parties. There are other political parties aside ...

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Trump and Clinton turn to battleground states in the South

With Labor Day behind them, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are pushing ahead in top presidential battlegrounds in the South. Trump, the Republican nominee, is set to campaign in Virginia and North Carolina on Tuesday, two critical states in his path to the presidency. Clinton, the Democrat, is campaigning in ...

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Trump picks Pence as VP

WASHINGTON (AP) — Donald Trump has chosen Indiana Gov. Mike Pence as his running mate, adding political experience and conservative bona fides to his Republican presidential ticket. Trump announced his decision on Twitter Friday morning, capping a frenzied 24 hours of speculation about his choice. A news conference was set ...

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Latest News on the TN Primary

8:30 p.m. Preliminary exit poll results show Democrat Hillary Clinton did especially well among older voters and blacks in Tennessee’s presidential primaries, while Republican Donald Trump was the choice of voters favoring a non-establishment candidate. Both candidates enjoyed large margins in Tennessee on Tuesday. Exit polls conducted by Edison Research ...

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Early Voting Kicks off for TN Presidential Primary

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Voters are going to the polls Wednesday in the first day of early voting to make their choices in Tennessee’s March 1 presidential primary. Tennessee’s ballot was set in December, which means several candidates who have dropped out of the race will still remain on the ...

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