Posts tagged election 2016
Watching What We Have Become

For the last two decades, older, white, angry, difficult men have consistently dominated American popular culture. It shouldn't be surprising that it has now transferred to politics.

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Hillary's Circle, Donald's Trends, Jeb's Numbers & the GOP's Turmoil

Today, we at Civic Eagle are publishing a first in an ongoing series of articles dedicated to the Presidential campaign and events surrounding it.  Instead of our traditional blog posts, we will be posting a few graphs, tweets and/or links that get you up to speed quickly.  Some of the articles we link to will be longer reads, but we will try and include highlights from the pieces that get the main point so you can stay on the go. 

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And So It Begins: 2016 Presidential Elections

The 45th President of the United States will be elected on November 8, 2016. That is roughly 570 days from now, but it seems as though the long and winding march to that day has officially begun. On Sunday, Hillary Clinton – former First Lady, Secretary of State, and Senator from New York – officially announced her candidacy. Clinton is the first high-profile Democrat to enter the race and joins three Republicans who have taken the plunge: Texas Senator Ted Cruz, Kentucky Senator Rand Paul, and Florida Senator Marco Rubio.

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