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Obama tears into Ed Gillespie's MS-13 ads, calling them 'as cynical as politics gets'
Washington Post
RICHMOND — Former president Barack Obama took the unusual step of criticizing and mocking Virginia's Republican gubernatorial candidate for a controversial ad blitz highlighting Latino gang violence. As he rallied for the Democratic candidate Ralph ...
Poll - Monmouth UniversityMonmouth University
Poll: Gillespie, Northam deadlocked in Virginia governor racePolitico
RealClearPolitics - Election 2017 - Virginia Governor - Gillespie vs. NorthamRealClearPolitics

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Worried about populism? Restore integrity in politics
American Enterprise Institute
The sizeable vote shares of the Free Austrian Party (20.5%) in this weekend's parliamentary election, the far-right Alternative for Germany (12.6%) in the German federal election in September, and the narrow defeat of Marine Le Pen in the French ...

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CBS News

Paul Ryan: "Identity politics has gotten out of control in our country"
CBS News
Speaker Paul Ryan on Friday said that identity politics have "gotten out of control" in U.S. society and warned that it has "dangerous" consequences. "I think identity politics has gotten out of control in our country," the Wisconsin Republican said in ...
Ryan: Both left and right playing "dangerous" identity politicsAxios
Ryan roasts Trump, Schumer at NYC political dinnerCNN

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Los Angeles Times

It looks like the glass ceiling in Japanese politics will hold firm again
Los Angeles Times
Koike appeared to be on a path to become the first female prime minister of Japan, a remarkable prospect in a country where women have struggled to gain a foothold in politics and corporate board rooms. But heading into Japan's general election on ...

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