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Clinton courts Latinos in Nevada, urges ...

Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton takes part in a roundtable of young Nevadans discussing immigration as she campaigns for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination at Rancho High School in Las Vegas') top left no-repeat;By Amanda Becker LAS VEGAS - Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton called on Tuesday for undocumented immigrants to be allowed to gain U.S. citizenship, courting Latino voters and drawing a line between herself and Republican rivals for the White House in 2016. "We can’t wait any longer for a path to full and equal citizenship. Now, this is where I differ from everybody on the Republican side," Clinton told a group of students at a high school in Nevada. The Latino vote is likely to be crucial in the 2016 election, especially in potential swing states such as Nevada and Colorado. (full story)

Clinton courts Latinos in Nevada, calls ...

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton reads from a column during her keynote address at the 18th Annual David N. Dinkins Leadership and Public Policy Forum at Columbia University in New York') top left no-repeat;By Amanda Becker LAS VEGAS - Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton called on Tuesday for a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants, courting Latino voters and drawing a line between herself and Republican rivals for the White House in 2016. "We can’t wait any longer for a path to full and equal citizenship. Now, this is where I differ from everybody on the Republican side," Clinton told a group of students at a high school in Nevada. The Latino vote is likely to be crucial in the 2016 election, especially in potential swing states like Nevada and Colorado. (full story)

Republican Huckabee appeals to working ...

U.S. Republican presidential candidate Huckabee addresses supporters while launching bid for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination in Hope, Arkansas') top left no-repeat;By Steve Barnes HOPE, Ark. - Republican Mike Huckabee launched a bid for his party's 2016 presidential nomination on Tuesday, zeroing in on the plight of blue-collar American workers who have been left behind in the country's rebound from the Great Recession. The 59-year-old former Arkansas governor and former host of a popular Fox News television show is considered a long shot in the widening race to represent the Republican Party in the November 2016 election. Huckabee's emphasis on American workers marks an attempt to expand his base beyond social conservative voters who the former Southern Baptist pastor rallied to an early, surprise victory in the 2008 White House race. Huckabee made clear he wants the Christian right behind him again in 2016, setting up a competition with like-minded rivals like Senator Ted Cruz of Texas. (full story)

New York holds special congressional ...

U.S. Representative Michael Grimm of New York at a news conference after his guilty plea at the Brooklyn federal court in New York') top left no-repeat;New Yorkers voted in a special election to replace disgraced Representative Michael Grimm on Tuesday, a month before his sentencing for federal tax evasion. Among the candidates to fill the 11th congressional district seat is Staten Island District Attorney Dan Donovan, who drew national attention last year for presenting evidence to a grand jury that did not indict a white police officer in the choking death of an unarmed black man, Eric Garner, during an attempted arrest. Donovan is the Republican candidate in the city's only Republican-leaning district, which encompasses the New York City borough of Staten Island and parts of Brooklyn. His Democratic challenger is Vincent Gentile, a member of the New York City Council and former state senator. (full story)

Mike Huckabee looks to social ...

Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee speaks at the Iowa Faith and Freedom Coalition's forum in Waukee') top left no-repeat;By Alistair Bell WASHINGTON - Republican Mike Huckabee, a former Baptist pastor and unabashed culture warrior, enters the race for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination on Tuesday facing competition for the support of social conservatives who backed him in 2008. The ex-governor of Arkansas, 59, became a national figure by staging an upset win in Iowa's kickoff nominating contest during his 2008 presidential bid. This time around other Republicans with national recognition have emerged as rivals for the role of leading crusader on social issues such as abortion rights and gay marriage. Polls show Huckabee's support among Republican voters is only in the single digits. (full story)
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