W. Va. Primary: A Professor's Thoughts Robert Rupp, a professor of political science at West Virginia Wesleyan College, offers his insights on the results of the West Virginia Democratic primary — an apparent landslide victory for Sen. Hillary Clinton.
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W. Va. Primary: A Professor's Thoughts

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W. Va. Primary: A Professor's Thoughts

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Robert Rupp, a professor of political science at West Virginia Wesleyan College, offers his insights on the results of the West Virginia Democratic primary — an apparent landslide victory for Sen. Hillary Clinton.