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Donald Trump is not going to fade away in 2021 or even in 2022. In fact, expect Donald Trump to leverage influence in the GOP for years to come. Experts lay out how Donald Trump can influence the Republican Party through his impeachment and beyond.

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Following an election loss, every party will face an internal debate about what to do next. For the Republican Party, those questions are going to be complicated. Which lawmakers are likely to emerge as leaders from the controversy of recent weeks? Can we expect more bipartisan measures?

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"... the content of a man's character or a woman's character to serve in that capacity is more important than any other issue that I have to consider as a matter of conscience," former Republican Gov. Marc Racicot said Tuesday evening on Home Ground.

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A federal appeals court denied a request for an emergency injunction in a lawsuit filed by two Montana Green Party candidates seeking to override a state court opinion that knocked the party off the ballot.

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Gov. Steve Bullock voted against the Democratic Party platform approved Tuesday evening at the party’s national convention, but his cited rationale diverged from the reason cited by large numbers of other delegates who refused to sign off on the document.

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State Senate President Steve Sweeney, D-Salem, Gloucester, Cumberland, joined colleagues across the aisle this week to urge the governor to allow high school seniors to graduate in person this spring despite social distancing regulations in place due to COVID-19.

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“Once we decided that the show was about a lot more than just the battle over the ERA and second-wave feminism and really about the rise of the new right and the Moral Majority and the realignment of the parties, we wanted to read more about the shift in the political landscape in the ’70s that we’re still feeling today,” Waller says. Melich’s book included the type of “pro-choice Republican feminist leaders who now don’t really exist anymore,” including Jill Ruckelshaus, a founder of the Nation Women’s Political Caucus (played in “Mrs. America” by Elizabeth Banks). “The pivot of the Republican Party from being pro-woman and pro-choice to being the party that’s anti-woman really happened around 1976, and this book really speaks to that turn.”

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The U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate elections are still scheduled to take place in November. A look at what races are the most important and where the Democratic and Republican Parties are putting their resources.

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Political conventions were still held during the Civil War and WW2 but can they be held during the coronavirus pandemic? Organizers and politicians are adapting to the challenges faced by the coronavirus pandemic. GOP Strategist, Matt Klink weighs in on how political conventions may adapt to social distancing measures and the impact that it will have on both parties.

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