As America looks ahead to the Iowa caucuses and the New Hampshire primary, Constitution Daily looks at the historically difficult task of the same candidate taking both states in a contested primary-season election – and becoming President.
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An updated Congressional Research Service report is adding some new background on the controversy over U.S. presidential candidates like Ted Cruz born overseas who are seeking office.
This year, political watchers will be listening to more than the candidates’ speeches, because the music that precedes them has traditionally been an election factor.
Will Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton keep their polling leads, or wind up like Howard Dean in 2004, or Hillary Clinton in 2008? Here’s a look at the recent January trends in the past four contested nomination races.
On the occasion of Millard Fillmore’s 216th birthday, Constitution Daily looks back at a forgotten President and his role in the crisis that led to the Civil War.