Hillary Clinton Outlines Her Populist Presidential Vision
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Dear Mr. President: Tell Obama Your Priority For His Second Term
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Vice President Joe Biden shows the certificate of the Electoral College vote for Ohio to House Speaker John Boehner during a joint session of Congress on Friday. Susan Walsh/AP hide caption

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Republican Lock On Florida's Cuban-American Vote May Be Over
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Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus rides the Mitt Romney campaign bus days before the presidential election. Despite Romney's loss and other GOP failures, Priebus, who helped the party raise huge sums of money in 2012, may seek a second term. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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