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Canadians seem worried about their neighbors to the south, if the results of a new poll out Tuesday are any indication. Nearly two-in-three of Canadian voters surveyed — 65 percent — said they feared the very prospect of Donald Trump getting elected president of the United States, while 23 percent said they did not.
MANCHESTER, N. H. — Texas Sen. Ted Cruz was dismissive on Tuesday of Donald Trump, a day after the rival Republican presidential candidate repeated a vulgar term to describe Cruz."Well, look, Donald doesn't handle losing very well, and his typical response is to engage in insults," he told a pack of reporters who surrounded him Tuesday afternoon on his way into the Red Arrow Diner, a New Hampshire primary staple.
Jeb Bush and his allies have spent the most on advertising in South Carolina, the next state to cast votes after New Hampshire. The pro-Bush super PAC Right to Rise USA has shelled out $10.3 million on South Carolina ads, according to NBC News/SMG Delta. Florida Sen. Marco Rubio and allies have spent a combined $9.4 million on ads in the state while Ted Cruz and his team have spent $5.7 million on advertising there.
Many of us can't forget the scenes of the deadly storm that wrecked the Midwest in late December by flooding cities and leaving thousands of people displaced from their homes. Super-charged by El Niño, the storm dumped unprecedented amounts of rain in the region that caused the Mississippi River and its tributaries to swell to record levels.
And the other shoe drops. Maine Gov. Paul LePage, who warned of drug dealers named "D-Money" and "Smoothie" coming to impregnate Maine's "white girls," and who dismissed the firestorm around those comments by clarifying that he simply meant that they were impregnating "Maine women" who happened to be white, and who was stalwartly backed up by fellow Republicans like Chris Christie for the supposed flub, brags about his anti-drug efforts.
"I had to go scream at the top of my lungs about black dealers coming in and doing the things that they’re doing to our state," he said on his weekly radio appearance on WVOM.
After a long fight, 40,000 people in Maryland just got the right to vote.
The Maryland Senate voted to override Governor Hogan's veto and allow people with felony convictions to register to vote after they have been released from prison. Until now, registration was prohibited until after parole or probation had been completed.
The vote was close— In Maryland, a veto needs three-fifths of both legislative bodies, meaning 29 senators would have to vote in favor.