Jonathan Martin

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Political correspondent for the New York Times; former senior political reporter for Politico

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The chairwoman of the Nevada Democratic Party received more than a thousand angry phone calls and texts since the state’s Democratic convention over the weekend.

Democratic Official Receives Death Threats Over Delegates

The chairwoman of the Nevada Democratic Party received more than a thousand angry phone calls and texts since the state’s Democratic convention over the weekend.

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Yesterday in New Jersey, Republican Governor  Chris Christie  won a massive victory, including the votes of traditional Democrats.

Results Are In and It's Time for Reading Political Tea Leaves

Yesterday in New Jersey, Republican Governor Chris Christie won a massive victory, including the votes of traditional Democrats.

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New Hampshire Republicans had just 12 delegates to give in yesterday's primary.  Mitt Romney  got seven;  Ron Paul  took three and  Jon Huntsman  got the remaining two.

From New Hampshire, It's on to South Carolina and Florida

New Hampshire Republicans had just 12 delegates to give in yesterday's primary. Mitt Romney got seven; Ron Paul took three and Jon Huntsman got the remaining two.

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