Janine Parry

Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Arkansas

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Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Arkansas and Director of its Arkansas Poll

Janine Parry on KCRW

Yesterday’s primaries in Arkansas, Kentucky and Pennsylvania were billed as bellwethers for the November elections—with the establishments of both parties on the defensive.

What Voters Had To Say on ‘Tumultuous Tuesday”

Yesterday’s primaries in Arkansas, Kentucky and Pennsylvania were billed as bellwethers for the November elections—with the establishments of both parties on the defensive.

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Yesterday’s primaries in Arkansas, Kentucky and Pennsylvania were billed as bellwethers for the November elections—with the establishments of both parties on the defensive.

What Voters Had To Say on ‘Tumultuous Tuesday” 

Yesterday’s primaries in Arkansas, Kentucky and Pennsylvania were billed as bellwethers for the November elections—with the establishments of both parties on the defensive.

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Virginia's former Governor Mark Warner  won't be challenging  Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton  for the Democratic presidential nomination.

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Virginia's former Governor Mark Warner won't be challenging Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton for the Democratic presidential nomination.

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