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President Biden shakes hands with Utah Gov. Spencer Cox during a meeting with governors from across the country at the White House on Feb. 23. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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Republican presidential hopeful and former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley speaks during a campaign stop in Georgetown, S.C., on Thursday, ahead of the state's GOP primary on Saturday. Julia Nikhinson/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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A supporter of former President Donald Trump drives past campaign signs for Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley in Irmo, South Carolina. The state's Republican presidential primary is on Feb. 24. SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images hide caption

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An election worker directs voters to a ballot drop-off location in 2020 in Portland, Ore. Oregon is among the states waiting for the Biden administration to greenlight plans to automatically register eligible voters when they apply to enroll in Medicaid. Nathan Howard/Getty Images hide caption

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People cast their ballots during early voting in the state's primary in Ann Arbor, Mich., on February 20, 2024 Jeff Kowalsky/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Left: President Joe Biden delivers remarks to the National Association of Counties Legislative Conference on Feb. 12 in Washington. Right: Nikki Haley, former governor of South Carolina and 2024 Republican presidential candidate, during a bus tour campaign event in South Carolina on Feb. 21. Evan Vucci/AP; Victor J. Blue/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Republican presidential candidate and former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley speaks at a campaign event on Monday in Greer, S.C. David Yeazell/AP hide caption

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Nikki Haley says Biden is 'more dangerous' than Trump but neither is fit for the job

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Supporters of Republican presidential candidate and former President Donald Trump listen while he speaks during a Get Out The Vote rally at Coastal Carolina University on Feb. 10 in Conway, S.C. Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

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What GOP infighting in South Carolina can (and can't) tell us about 2024

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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and Vice President Harris arrive at a press conference at the Munich Security Conference on Saturday. Wolfgang Rattay/POOL/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Republican presidential candidate former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley speaks to members of the media during a campaign event at Thunder Tower Harley Davidson Monday, Feb. 12 in Elgin, S.C. On the campaign trail, Haley has stepped up attacks against Vice President Kamala Harris, drawing parallels between herself and the vice president. Sean Rayford/AP hide caption

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Nikki Haley's latest target on the campaign trail? Kamala Harris

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A voter leaves a polling booth at St. Anthony Community Center in Manchester, N.H., during the state's presidential primary on Jan. 23. Michael Dwyer/AP hide caption

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Tech giants pledge action against deceptive AI in elections

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Montana Republican Rep. Matt Rosendale files paperwork to run for U.S. Senate on Feb. 9 at the state Capitol in Helena, Mt. Rosendale announced Thursday, Feb. 15, that he was ending his campaign after former President Donald Trump endorsed his Republican opponent, former Navy SEAL Tim Sheehy. Matthew Brown/AP hide caption

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Vice President Harris, seen here in December 2023, will be making a major address on Friday at the Munich Security Conference. Kamran Jebreili/AP hide caption

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Trump is rattling Europe. Now Harris is going there to try to calm nervous allies

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Democratic U.S. House candidate Tom Suozzi celebrates his victory in the special election to replace Republican Rep. George Santos on Tuesday night. Suozzi defeated Republican Mazi Pilip in large part because he was willing to take issues like immigration head on. Stephanie Keith/Getty Images hide caption

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Immigration: A Winning Issue For Democrats?

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Democratic U.S. House candidate Tom Suozzi celebrates his victory in the special election to replace Republican Rep. George Santos on Tuesday in Woodbury, N.Y. Suozzi defeated Republican Mazi Pilip in a closely watched race. Stephanie Keith/Getty Images hide caption

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Left: Naomi Harris, 22, is a teacher in Columbia, South Carolina, and is also part of the Union of Southern Service Workers. Right: Tarman-dre Robinson, 24, is a student at Midlands Technical College in Columbia, South Carolina. Keren Carrión/NPR hide caption

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We asked young Black voters about Biden and the Democrats. Here's what we learned

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Former President Donald Trump and President Joe Biden speak during the first presidential debate in Cleveland in 2020. A rematch between the two in 2024 sets the stage for the oldest man ever to be sworn in as president. A fact that seems to hinder Biden more than Trump. Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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Double Standard On Age For Trump And Biden?

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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, the former president, gestures to the crowd after speaking at a rally at Coastal Carolina University in Conway, S.C., on Feb. 10. Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP hide caption

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