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Dave Wasserman
U.S. House editor of the nonpartisan Report & contributing writer. Nerd for maps, data & bluegrass
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Dave Wasserman 7h
Sacramento, CA: 18k new Clinton votes, 8k Trump. Clinton's national popular vote lead climbs to 2.65 million (2.0%):
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Dave Wasserman 12h
Obama got 65.9 million votes in '12. Clinton now at 65.4 million. She could get really close w/ NYC absentees:
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Dave Wasserman 13h
Upstate New York: 54k new Clinton votes, 31k Trump. Clinton national popular vote lead up to 2.64 million (1.95%):
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Dave Wasserman 14h
Nebraska certifies its results: Trump 495,961 (58.7%), Clinton 284,494 (33.7%), Others (7.6%).
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Dave Wasserman 14h
Iowa certifies: Trump 800,983 (51.1%), Clinton 653,669 (41.7%), Others 111,379 (7.1%). Largest swing state swing to GOP vs. '12.
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Dave Wasserman 14h
IL certifies: Clinton 3,090,729 (55.8%), Trump 2,146,015 (38.8%), Others 299,680 (5.4%). Only Midwestern state Dems gained ground vs. '12.
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Dave Wasserman 14h
Arizona certifies its results: Trump 1,252,401 (48.7%), Clinton 1,161,167 (45.1%), Others 159,597 (6.2%). Dems cut margin by 5.5% vs. '12.
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Dave Wasserman 17h
Hillary Clinton's national popular vote lead climbs to 2.6 million (1.9%):
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Dave Wasserman Dec 4
San Joaquin, CA: 12k new Clinton votes, 6k Trump. Clinton national popular vote % ticks up to 48.2%:
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Dave Wasserman Dec 4
Contra Costa, CA: 26k new Clinton votes, 8k Trump. Clinton's national popular vote lead up to 2.59 million (1.9%):
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Dave Wasserman Dec 4
Riverside, CA: 18k new Clinton votes, 12k Trump. Clinton national popular vote lead up to 2.57 million (1.9%):
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Dave Wasserman Dec 2
Amazing how much Clinton camp focused on safe (CO/VA) & reach (AZ/IA/OH) states over tipping point states (MI/PA/WI). Political malpractice.
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Dave Wasserman Dec 2
Top third party vote states, 2016: 1. Utah 27.0% 2. Idaho 13.2% 3. Vermont 13.1% 4. Alaska 12.2% 5. Washington 11.9% 6. New Mexico 11.7%
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Ronald Brownstein Dec 1
Trump will be the first modern president to get less than half of the vote in both the primary and general
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amy walter Dec 1
Trump's cabinet picks unite Republicans, but will do little to unite the country.
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Dave Wasserman Dec 1
Ventura, CA: 16k new Clinton votes, 8k Trump. Clinton's national popular vote lead up to 2.55 million (1.9%):
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Nancy Cook Dec 1
GOP may delay Obamacare for years...great piece from and :
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Dave Wasserman Dec 1
Minnesota certifies: Clinton 1,367,716 (46.4%), Trump 1,322,951 (44.9%), Others 254,146 (8.6%). Lowest Dem 2-party vote share since 1984.
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Dave Wasserman Dec 1
Massachusetts certifies its results: Clinton 1,995,196 (60.0%), Trump 1,090,893 (32.8%), Others 238,957 (7.2%).
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Dave Wasserman Dec 1
Massachusetts: 24k new Clinton votes, 7k Trump. Clinton's national popular vote lead up to 2.54 million (1.9%):
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