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Trump Rising: New Swing State Polls Show Momentum for the #TrumpTrain

Kathryn Blackhurst, Surveys show race tightening again, despite media rush to call the contest. Donald Trump received some good news Wednesday when a smattering of polls showed a much tighter contest with Hillary Clinton in several swing states than the media’s coverage would let on. A Bloomberg Politics poll released Wednesday showed the GOP nominee leading

L.A. Times Tracking Poll: Trump Leads Clinton 5.6 Percent After First Debate

Republican presidential nominee continues to build his lead in the Los Angeles Times’ daily tracking poll, beating Democrat Hillary Clinton by over five percent on Friday. Trump leads with 47.3 percent support, while Clinton lags at 41.7 percent. The poll surveyed 2,560 eligible voters. Trump had 46.7 percent support on Thursday. Most snap online polls showed

More Polls: Trump Takes 4-Point Lead in Colorado, Maintains Lead in Ohio

Matthew Boyle, Exclusive — Breitbart-Gravis Polls Republican nominee for president Donald J. Trump has taken the lead in Colorado and maintains his lead in Ohio, two new Breitbart News Network/Gravis Marketing polls released on Sunday show. The promising polls for Trump come just before the all-important debate an hour from here on Monday night, at

Trump Warns: ˜We May Have People Vote 10 Times’

In light of court attacks on voter ID laws, real concerns over election fraud materialize. Donald Trump is ringing the alarm bell that court action to invalidate multiple states’ voter ID laws could walk hand in hand with a Democratic effort to steal the election in November. “If the election is rigged, I would not

Republicans find Hillary easy mark

The Republican National Convention’s “Make America Work Again” day was devoted almost entirely to keeping one woman – Hillary Clinton – from getting a job. Though voters may prefer Donald Trump on economic matters, the paucity of detailed discussion of how to recharge growth and generally ameliorate the American condition, as he promises, suggests the

Donald Trump needs a running mate: Here are four names for him to consider

Will Donald Trump ever be “presidential” in the conventional manner we have come to expect? It’s a path he may never follow. But after his victory in Indiana on Tuesday night, and Ted Cruz’s decision to suspend his campaign, there is now rampant speculation as to what “presidential” will mean should Trump’s executive desk move