As our Address America project continues in Charlotte at the Democratic National Convention, people from all walks of life have six-word campaign slogans.
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Our Address America crew was at the Democratic National Convention, where we ran into some opinionated citizens with six-word slogans, including Pennsylvania’s former governor.
With the release of the Democratic platform, it’s time to get out the virtual tape measure to see what the GOP and the Dems are really talking about.
The Address America project has its boots on the ground in Charlotte and Tampa, and a sampling of six-word slogans shows themes that cross party boundaries.
Lyle Denniston looks at the legal issues of allowing voters to go to the polls in early voting, days before Election Day, as a convenience.
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