Episode #121: The Underdogs Eye Wisconsin; It All Began With Rankin

Donald Trump manages to keep piling up delegates as his negatives rise as well.  Longtime Republican strategist Ed Goeas, who is part of the stop Trump movement, is convinced that his plummeting numbers among GOP women mean he is far from guaranteed of winning the nomination. Next up is Tuesday’s primary in Wisconsin.  Julia Azari of Marquette University talks about what’s …

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Episode #119: The Frontrunners Pull Away As Rubio Pulls Out

The March 15 primaries resulted in great news for Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton and Republican leader Donald Trump, encouraging news for John Kasich (he finally won somewhere, his home state of Ohio), and bad news for Marco Rubio (he’s gone).  Greg Giroux of Bloomberg Government analyzes the campaign. President Obama nominated D.C. Circuit Court Judge Merrick Garland to fill the vacancy on the U.S. Supreme Court following …

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Episode #118: Wherefore Art Thou Rubio?

With Bernie Sanders winning Michigan against the odds, and with Donald Trump having a great day despite the growing Dump Trump movement, the campaign now moves to the key primaries on March 15th.  Susan MacManus of the University of South Florida and Howard Wilkinson of Cincinnati’s WVXU talk about their respective states of Florida and Ohio and how crucial they are for favorite sons Marco …

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