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In a time of disaffection, fully mobilizing the new electorate remains a sizable challenge.
Rubio and Cruz run third and fourth. Bush appears hurt by voters’ determination to shake up Washington.
Governors accuse Obama of being dismissive of their concerns. Some say they can act on their own.
Executive experience in state capitals has not translated into success so far in the GOP nomination contest.
Message, money and organization give him staying power other conservatives lack, he says.
Exchanges on domestic issues are particularly biting.
The campaigns offered differing accounts over whether Sanders objected to starting with foreign policy.
On the eve of the next Democratic debate in Des Moines, the stakes are high for the insurgent campaign.
No one was the candidate to beat in the fourth debate, and so most are likely to keep hanging on.
Pocketbook issues, as well as immigration, are among the topics that signal deep fault lines.