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Published on Nov 4, 2018
Polarised campaign stimulates voter interest…
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On the eve of the US mid-term elections, News.com.au’s Emma Reynolds reports from the trenches.
The scene is pure theatre.
A wall slides open to the setting sun, the crowd is whipped into a frenzy and the music reaches a crescendo. A jumbo jet emblazoned with “United States of America” glides past in a graceful landing, before nosing back into view as Simply The Best blares from the speakers. A door opens, and a man with a stiff orange hairstyle waves and walks down the stairs, taking the stage to God Bless The USA.
In the Democrat camp, it seems there is a current lack of credible leader, so Barry is back:
For those confused by US Politics, this may help explain matters:
Published on Oct 6, 2018
Every two years Americans use the U.S. midterm elections as a report card for the president. History shows ballot results reflect the president’s popularity and polling numbers. But why is the semi-annual democratic process necessary? Global News Washington Bureau Chief Jackson Proskow explains the procedure’s checks and balances.
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Meanwhile in China..