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Susan Page
USA TODAY Washington Bureau chief. Author "The Matriarch: Barbara Bush/Making of an American Dynasty." Writing "Madam Speaker: Nancy Pelosi/Lessons of Power."
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Words Matter Podcast 2h
Listen to and talk with the great about debates - past, present, and future.
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“The way to right wrongs is to turn the light of truth upon them" -- Ida B. Wells, quoted in a column by my Network colleague >>>
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“She was a school teacher, a publisher, a journalist, a civil rights advocate, a suffragist. If we had 10 more women like Ida B. Wells we could change the world.” From my Network colleague >>>
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"Empathy is on the ballot" this year -- , research director for the
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Replying to @fvaraorta
Have just bought a ticket to the San Antonio Gridiron Show. Since it's virtual, you don't have to actually go to San Antonio to see it! And note: It supports scholarships for aspiring journalists.
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A tightening race: Trump gains in 9 of 12 swing states, but Biden still leads in 10 of them. From my colleague via
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This is awesome! (Especially the fly.) Break a leg with your show -- which is for a good cause, BTW.
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"More than 60% of America’s top jails now hire private companies to deliver inmates’ medical care, Reuters found, and that shift has taken a toll: more dead." From @grandmeaccess
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Susan Page Oct 25
Notable: Despite President Trump's confident prediction, expresses no doubt that Democrats will hold the House. Nonpartisan analysts like brainiac David Wasserman expect her to enjoy a bigger majority. Story by my colleague >>>
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Susan Page Oct 25
Prediction: Massive mail-in and early voting is here to stay, post-pandemic. With repercussions on who votes, and how many vote, in future elections.
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Susan Page Oct 25
Hmm: says she'll support for another term as Speaker, assuming Democrats hold the House, "if she's the most progressive candidate."
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Susan Page Oct 25
Amazing hour of news: Kudos to for a trifecta of smart interviews on -- with .
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Susan Page Oct 25
Dems united, at least for another nine days: declines on to blast for not backing a fracking ban: "It would be a privilege to lobby him" in the White House on the issue.
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Susan Page Oct 25
BREAKING: "Yes I am." tells on that she will run for another term as Speaker.
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Susan Page Oct 25
Replying to @SpeakerPelosi @CNNSotu
. says she wants to make the COVID relief bill "bigger and better." If Biden wins the election, she' says she'll keep negotiating with the Trump White House in the lame duck.
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Susan Page Oct 25
"We're ready" to pass a COVID relief bill, says on . But she disputes that the White House has committed to compromises: "They keep moving the goalposts." After months of talks, it's not clear how close they are to a deal.
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Susan Page Oct 25
Question: When was the last time the Union Leader endorsed a Democrat for president?
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Susan Page Oct 25
I've never covered a campaign (this is my 11th) with more tumult and less movement.
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Susan Page Oct 25
Watch Texas: Lots of down-ballot reasons for Biden to go there, with a chance to flip 4/5 U.S. House seats, the longer-shot U.S. Senate race, and the prospect of winning control of the Texas House. A sign of Biden confidence about the presidential if he does.
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Susan Page Oct 24
Sometimes the unemployment rate or the price of gas turns out to epitomize a political contest. In this election, there is no statistic with more power than this one >>>
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