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NBC Places Candidates for First Presidential Debate

Elizabeth Warren and Beto O'Rourke have center stage night one, with Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders side-by-side on the 2nd night

Rep. Susan Brooks to Retire, Putting a Safe GOP Seat in Play for 2020

One of only 13 Republican women in the U.S. House

Groupings for First Democratic Debate

Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders, who have been 1-2 in most polls, will appear together on the 2nd night

DNC Names Debate Qualifiers

The first Democratic debate will take place over two nights in Miami later this month

Oregon Joins National Popular Vote Compact

15 states and DC, for a total of 196 Electoral Votes have joined; agreement only effective when number reaches 270




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