David Carney

GOP strategist

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Long-time GOP strategist and campaign manager in New Hampshire; National Field Director for the Bush-Quayle 1992 presidential campaign

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Across the country, Republicans up for re-election are caught between voters who helped nominate Donald Trump and those who can't stand him.

The political fallout from Trump's "grope and brag"

Across the country, Republicans up for re-election are caught between voters who helped nominate Donald Trump and those who can't stand him.

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Donald Trump leads what looks like a long road to the Republican nomination with just 12 of the 1,237 convention delegates needed.

New Hampshire's over, Let the Campaigns Continue

Donald Trump leads what looks like a long road to the Republican nomination with just 12 of the 1,237 convention delegates needed.

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