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Politics In The News: Female Voters And The 2016 Election

David Greene talks to columnist and NPR commentator Cokie Roberts and demographer Bill Frey of the Brookings Institution, about how female voters may shift the presidential election.
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Trade Matters In 2016; This May Help You Understand Why

Candidates vying for president are talking a lot about trade. But trade is not a subject easily summed up in slogans. Here are resources to help you study up on trade and make your own decisions.
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Politics In The News: Rocky Weekend For Presidential Front-Runners

Steve Inskeep talks to columnist and NPR commentator Cokie Roberts and Washington Post columnist Kathleen Parker about the weekend's primary caucuses and other political developments.
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Wis. Voters Deviate From Front-Runner Tradition; Elect Underdogs

Tamara Keith has the Democrats perspective; Sarah McCammon the Republicans. Democratic pollster Margie Omero of Purple Strategies and GOP pollster Neil Newhouse of Public Opinion Strategies weigh in.
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Will Wis. Primary Wins Affect Contests In New York And Pennsylvania?

Mara Liasson has the results; Brian Mann of North Country Public Radio looks ahead to the N.Y. primary. Steve Inskeep talks to Terry Madonna of Franklin and Marshall College about the Pa. primary.
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Polls Show Wisconsin Voters To Buck Trends, Vote For Sanders, Cruz

Barry Burden, director of the Elections Research Center at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, talks to Renee Montagne about which candidates students, unions, rural and urban voters support.
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Politics In The News: Wisconsin Primary

Wisconsin's primary is the only presidential contest this week. Mary Louise Kelly talks to columnist and commentator Cokie Roberts and Robert Costa of The Washington Post.
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Are Young Voters Altering Republican And Democratic Primary Races?

Renee Montagne talks to Kei Kawashima-Ginsburg of Tufts University about the impact young voters have been having in the primary elections, and what that might mean in Tuesday's Wisconsin primary.
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Tabloid Allegations Again Fly In A Political Campaign — And Why No One Can Look Away

A political cheating scandal has once again hit the pages of the National Enquirer — and it has roiled the 2016 presidential campaign even though none of the allegations have been substantiated.
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How The Obama Presidency Has — Or Hasn't — Shaped Latino Identity: You Weighed In

Our most recent #NPRObamaEffect chat explored how — or whether — the Obama years have shaped how Latino communities and people across the country think about identity today.

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