Ben Evans

Reporter, Associated Press

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Washington, DC-based reporter for the Associated Press

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As the presidential campaign begins in earnest, both candidates are trying to define themselves and each other. But the distinctions are blurred.

Do Political Labels Still Fit in an Era of Change?

As the presidential campaign begins in earnest, both candidates are trying to define themselves and each other. But the distinctions are blurred.

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