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Union households backed Hillary Clinton by narrower margins than President Barack Obama, and Donald Trump got more of their vote than his Republican predecessors.
Donald Trump delivered quite the plot twist this week.
More than 30 state- and local-spending initiatives for transportation were approved.
Who would each candidate appoint as Treasury secretary?
Thanks to a tightening race and down-ballot battles, they're raking in the cash.
Trump voters in Florida are enthusiastic, but the Clinton campaign is ahead in get-out-the-vote resources.
Both presidential candidates see a role for the private sector in infrastructure.
How should Clinton spend her campaign money, now that her own race for the presidency is looking strong? Some are urging her to use it to get out the African-American vote, with an eye on electing Democrats in down-ballot races.…
Yes, Donald Trump might not concede, but what about the economy?
For the first time in 50 years, a Democrat could carry the state.