Julia Azari

Marquette University

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Julia Azari is an assistant professor of political science at Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and the co-editor of The Presidential Leadership Dilemma: Between the Constitution and a Political Party.

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The GOP has been too divided to enact its program, despite majorities on Capitol Hill.  How long can it remain united in support of President Trump?

Will Republicans stand by their man?

The GOP has been too divided to enact its program, despite majorities on Capitol Hill.  How long can it remain united in support of President Trump?

from To the Point

One reason Bernie Sanders is pushing on until the Democratic Convention in July is his desire to shape the official Democratic party platform.

How Will Bernie Sanders Influence the Democratic Party Platform?

One reason Bernie Sanders is pushing on until the Democratic Convention in July is his desire to shape the official Democratic party platform.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

A committee of party insiders met for two days this week to write the  Republican platform . It's expected to be adopted by  the convention  in Tampa next Monday.

Political Party Platforms: Do They Really Matter?

A committee of party insiders met for two days this week to write the Republican platform . It's expected to be adopted by the convention in Tampa next Monday.

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