Douglas Heye

Harvard Institute of Politics

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Fellow at the Harvard Institute of Politics; former Communications Director for the Republican National Committee and Deputy Chief-of-Staff for then-House Majority Leader Eric Cantor

Douglas Heye on KCRW

Donald Trump is reportedly on the verge of choosing a running mate, with Mike Pence, Newt Gingrich and Chris Christie supposedly all among the finalists.

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Yesterday's presidential primaries have altered the landscape for both political parties.

Trump and Clinton Widen their Lead

Yesterday's presidential primaries have altered the landscape for both political parties.

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At the Ronald Reagan Library near Los Angeles last night, CNN moderators were determined to generate conflict.

The Showdown in Simi Valley

At the Ronald Reagan Library near Los Angeles last night, CNN moderators were determined to generate conflict.

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