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New poll: Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders too close to call in Missouri

The Sanders campaign believes a strong showing on Tuesday could lead to momentum in places like Arizona, which holds its primary on March 22, further disproving the Clinton campaign's contention that the Vermont senator is a regional candidate who appeals mainly to white liberals and working-class northeasterners.

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Confusion at the polls: Ohio Republicans pick presidential candidate in 2 spots

All county residents should have received a postcard denoting the locations for early voting and regular Election Day voting. Early voting in Butler County almost exceeded the 2008 presidential primary numbers in part due to the uptick in turnout of the past 10 days.

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Polls give insight into Missouri, Illinois primaries

Sanders supporters have been busy working around the clock ahead of Tuesday's primaries. Bernie Sanders blasted Donald Trump for advocating violence at rallies during stop in Youngstown, Ohio, on Monday. "We are not going to have two or three weeks, we have two or three days" to campaign in the five states that vote Tuesday, he said. Clinton leads in the PPP poll by 57 percent to 32 percent.

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US Prez poll 2016: Ted Cruz wins most delegates in Wyoming conventions

Donald Trump was badly defeated in contests on Saturday in the U.S. capital and Wyoming, suggesting that the race for the Republican nomination for the 2016 presidential election is tightening. GOP executive director Patrick Mara said. "John Kasich is the only one who can beat Donald Trump in Ohio", Rubio said in comments transcribed by Politico .

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Trump blames 'thugs' for cancelled rally

What Trump is saying, Rubio said , "basically justifies physically assaulting people who disagree" with him. "Maybe he should have been roughed up", Trump said after a black man was beat up at one of his rallies. He repeatedly knocked Ohio Gov. John Kasich, who he is battling to win the state's winner-take-all primary, on the North American Free Trade Agreement and on his immigration stance.

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Daylight Saving Time Comes Back As Clocks Spring Forward

Only one person in five agree with setting clocks ahead in the spring, with many preferring to stay on standard time year-round, according to the Seattle insurance company's poll. However, it does mess with our circadian clocks - especially springing forward - and it certainly ticks people off. By the way, it's "daylight saving time", not "daylight savings time".