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  • Wasserman Schultz: Say no to caucuses

    Here’s the news flash from JTA’s Ben Harris: An increasingly influential pro-Clinton Florida congresswoman opposes the idea of holding caucuses as a solution to the standoff over the state’s primary delegates. U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-Fla.), a national co-chair of Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, said that caucuses would never work in a large state… More ▸

  • Caucuses for Florida?

    The AP is reporting that the Democrats are floating the idea of caucuses in Florida and Michigan as a way to resolve the standoff over whether their delegates will count in the nominating contest. State party reps say the proposal is nothing new, and they’re sticking with the results of their votes. Clinton won Florida… More ▸

  • Breaking down the Fla. Jewish vote

    JTA’s Ben Harris has an article breaking down MSNBC’s numbers on the Jewish vote. Dem and GOP yids turned out big. On the Democratic side, Hillary won big with Jewish voters, but essentially the same as with the overall white community (GOP Jewish sample was too small for an accurate estimate). More ▸

  • Hillary thanks Wasserman Schultz

    In case you missed that Debbie Wasserman Schultz is a growing force in the Democratic Party, guess who Hillary Clinton’s first thank you went to in her Florida victory speech? More ▸

  • I didn’t want your endorsement anyway!

    Quick Quiz: Which presidential candidate is touting the newspaper endorsements he DIDN’T receive? Answer: New York’s own Rudy Giuliani. Check out this campaign ad that tries to explain why Rudy’s hometown paper called him “a narrow, obsessively secretive, vindictive man.” More ▸

  • Hillary’s congresswoman does Fla.

    The Democratic presidential candidates may have pledged to not campaign in Florida, but no one said anything about sending their congresswoman: Nita Lowey, whose New York district includes the Clintons’ Westchester home, was down in South Florida over the weekend to stump for Hillary. She was joined by a fellow Democratic congresswoman, Debbie Wasserman Schultz,… More ▸