The Libertarian ticket, headlined by former Governor of New Mexico Gary Johnson and his running mate, former Governor of Massachusetts Bill Weld, is attempting to claw to the top of said 50-vehicle abomination after decades of being forced to dawn the equivalent of a political invisibility cloak
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“The map favors us and, in a way, the dynamics right now favor us,” said Joel Benenson, Clinton’s senior strategist. “The more places you can make them play defense, the better off we are.”
“At the end, it’s either going to work, or I’m going to, you know, I’m going to have a very, very nice, long vacation,” Trump told CNBC.
Colorado’s current minimum wage is $8.31 an hour. The ballot measure would raise that to $9.30 an hour next year. Then the wage would go up 90 cents an hour each year until the wage is $12 an hour by 2020.
“A lot of times you hear this rap about how politics doesn’t affect their life,” says Yvanna Cancela, political director of Las Vegas’ largely immigrant Culinary Union. “But that changes when it’s personal, and there’s nothing more personal than Donald Trump talking about deporting 11 million immigrants.”
Open up your Facebook account and you immediately can feel the scowl begin and the eyes narrow at the virtual river of posts asking whether you agree that Mexican immigrants should not be given free cell phones, Hondas and Macy’s gift cards at the border, where they pour through abandoned border gates on donkeys carrying backpack nukes and a map to your house.
“There is no doubt that when Putin came back in and said he was going to be president, that did change the relationship,” Clinton said in a Democratic debate last year. “We have to stand up to his bullying and specifically, in Syria it is important.”