Daily Kos Elections Morning Digest 3/20/15… A gaggle of Florida Republicans await Marco Rubio’s departure

FL-Sen: Both parties expect Republican Sen. Marco Rubio to seek the White House next year rather than run for re-election, though he hasn’t announced his plans yet. There is no shortage of notable Republicans interested in replacing Rubio…..

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Political Roundup for March 20th, 2015…Red Racing Horses…

MD-Sen: The influential Democratic group EMILY’s List has endorsed Donna Edwards in her primary battle with Chris Van Hollen for this open Senate seat. This was expected since EMILY’s List backs Progressive women….

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House Speaker John Boehner and other GOPer’s going to Israel…

House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) will lead a group of Republican lawmakers on a visit to Israel to meet with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on March 31 — the deadline for an Iranian nuclear deal.

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Hillary Clinton Update…Netanyahu or Obama?

Well…. On top of ALL of things Hillary Clinton has dropped on her plate now is Israel and Democratic Jewish voters… The WHOLE of Republicans running for President next year (And in this Congress) seem to have come down on …

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Joe Biden Update…Should Media be giving him more respect?

No matter what the odds are of a Clinton crackup, no party can afford to bank so completely on a single candidate this far out

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Open Thread for March 19, 2015…Why are GOPer’s holding up Lynch?…That just keeps Holder….

Heck , If I was Obama and they knocked out Lynch?

I’d ask Holder to stay for duration….

Serve the GOPer’s Right….

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Scott Walker Update…Doing South Carolina….

In his remarks here, Walker spoke about his battles with labor unions in Wisconsin. “They were seeking to intimidate us,” he said, noting that protesters banged drums at the state capitol, targeted his sons on Facebook and shouted at his parents at the grocery store…

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Democrats want a majority so bad they are working to beat back Senate primary challenges …

.with 24 Republican seats up in 2016, and, so far, two Democrats retiring, Democratic leaders think that actively backing their favored candidates in select primaries is the best path to regaining the Senate majority next year……

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Larry Sabato 2016 President Update..Hillary strong…But Alternatives?..Christie slips and More…

…..Clinton’s position as the undisputed frontrunner in the Democratic field has hardly wavered. In fact, Democrats are perhaps more worried about Clinton’s ability to address controversies like the email affair and the foreign donations to the Clinton Foundation than the “scandals” themselves. Many Democratic donors and insiders around the country are urging her to quit delaying and officially announce her candidacy…..

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Stephen A. Smith tells Dem’s to vote Republican?

ESPN personality Stephen A. Smith spoke on Wednesday at Vanderbilt University. In his remarks, he offered a rebuke to African Americans’ strong voting alliance with Democrats.

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Democrats in the House scrap seniority to push diversity

In the past, House Democrats have relied on seniority when picking leaders. But Hoyer has tacked in a different direction, hoping to diversify his party messaging and strategy with new blood.

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How about Mandatory voting in America?

“If everybody voted, then it would completely change the political map in this country,”

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Looking at the 2016 Governor races…Kentucky, Louisiana and Mississippi….SE…

Kentucky: Far and away the marquee race of the 2015 off-year elections. Kentucky has often been difficult to figure out politically, having voted for Republicans on both the Presidential and federal level since 1998, as well as historically for Democrats …

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Slowly Hillary Clinton begins her campaign against the Republicans no action’s…

The prospective 2016 Democratic candidate is seeking to use the priorities and record of congressional Republicans as a foil, highlighting early GOP stumbles and attempting to change the subject after weeks of rough media coverage of her private e-mail system and of foreign donations to her family’s foundation.

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Daily Kos Elections Morning Digest 3/19/15… Brad Ashford’s worst enemy may be Brad Ashford

NE-02: There are a couple warning signs on the road ahead for freshman Rep. Brad Ashford, who will be a top GOP target in a seat that Romney won 53-46.

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Political Roundup for March 19, 2015…Al Gore….Red Racing Horses

Gore: Former Vice President Al Gore (D) is receiving White House speculation with the recent faltering of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (D). National Journal looks at why Gore is receiving buzz and it is not just because of Hillary not knowing how to use a key part of what Al invented!…..

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