David Wasserman

Cook Political Report

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House Editor of the Cook Political Report and author of Better Know a District, its 2012 redistricting outlook

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Donald Trump faces a narrow path to reaching the 1,237 delegates to win the Republican presidential nomination outright.

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Donald Trump faces a narrow path to reaching the 1,237 delegates to win the Republican presidential nomination outright.

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Republicans now control legislatures in more than half the states and, in many they're passing laws requiring voters to bring state-issued photo-identification to the polls.

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Republicans now control legislatures in more than half the states and, in many they're passing laws requiring voters to bring state-issued photo-identification to the polls.

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Red-State Republicans are enacting laws to require voters to identify themselves at the polls with picture-identification not everybody has access to.

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Red-State Republicans are enacting laws to require voters to identify themselves at the polls with picture-identification not everybody has access to.

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