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Meet the Other Woman Running for President
Hillary Clinton 's presidential run is being lauded as historic as she likely will become the first female Democratic nominee, but she isn't the only woman vying for the job this year. Dr. Jill Stein is the Green Party candidate for president, and this year marks the second time she's bidding for a
The Note: Democrats Brace for Debate Battle in Brooklyn
NOTABLES --5 THINGS TO WATCH AT TONIGHT'S DEMOCRATIC DEBATE IN BROOKLYN: If you can make it here, you can make it anywhere -- or so they say. And now, after competing press releases and months of negotiations, the two Democratic presidential candidates have their chance to show which one of them is
Former Presidential Contenders Martin O'Malley and Mike Huckabee Might Start a Band
An unlikely pair of former presidential candidates paid a joint visit to Washington, D.C., today: Former Govs. Martin O'Malley and Mike Huckabee . Standing before a bus draped in red, white and blue flanked with bayonet-carrying American Revolution soldiers and Red Coats, the two discussed the
Gov. Mike Huckabee and Martin O'Malley Talk 2016 Election
ABC News' Rick Klein interviews former presidential candidates Gov. Mike Huckabee and Martin O'Malley.
GOP Debate Preview: Talking Politics at a New Hampshire Barbershop
ABC News' Brad Mielke visits a Manchester barbershop ahead of the Republican debate for a trim and some political conversation.
Lesser-Known Candidate, Lloyd Kelso Posts Yard Signs
ABC News' Brad Mielke follows democratic presidential candidate, Lloyd Kelso as his posts his campaign yard signs in the snow.
Best Lines of the Fifth Democratic Debate
And then there were two – Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders offered their final pitches in New Hampshire ahead of the “first-in-the-nation” primaries Tuesday. While the debate hosted by MSNBC included only two candidates, after Martin O’Malley suspended his campaign Monday, it wasn’t short of
Iowa Aftermath Surprises Discussed on 'The View'
The co-hosts recap the Iowa Caucuses and what the votes mean for the 2016 presidential race.
What Each 2016 Candidate Needs to Prove After Iowa Caucuses
With the Iowa caucuses behind them, the 2016 presidential hopefuls now turn to New Hampshire, and dozens of other states across the country they will need to win the nomination. Coming off a victory in the Hawkeye state, Ted Cruz isn’t likely to have the same success in New Hampshire, where voters