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BREAKING: Clinton Campaign Joins Wisconsin Recount Effort; Signals Adding Pennsylvania and Michigan

From Brent Griffiths for POLITICO: After a period of public silence about the results of the 2016 election, Hillary Clinton’s top campaign lawyer said the campaign will play a role in the Wisconsin recount initiated Friday by Green Party candidate … Continue reading

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Wisconsin Recount: Trump’s Outagamie County Problem

The commentary from Democrat friendly sites is predictably breathless: To accept this story from (Hortonville village clerk, Lynn) Mischkerm one would have to believe that the same error was made in four different counties, and that same error resulted in … Continue reading

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Why There’s Danger For Trump in Jill Stein’s Recount Effort

It’s quietly no longer about hacking anymore. It’s about “recounting” the ballots. That’s after all what Jill Stein is paying for. While this on the surface is a Green Party show, Democrat party operatives are already on the move – … Continue reading

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It’s Begun: Jill Stein to File for Wisconsin Recount Today

From Chris Conley for WHBL: UNDATED (WSAU) – Documents calling for a recount of the presidential election vote in Wisconsin will be filed today by the campaign of Green Party nominee Jill Stein. Her campaign said yesterday it has raised … Continue reading

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So is this the plan? Get Jill Stein to ask for the recount?

According to Rich McCormick in The Verge, she’s pocketed quite a bundle: Green Party presidential nominee Jill Stein has received $2.5 million in donations to push for election recounts in three swing states — Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Wisconsin. Stein, who … Continue reading

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NOT So Important to Swing State Voters in November: Vouchers, School Choice and Merit Pay

A fascinating survey from the College Board is getting significant play from the education media. Joy Resmovits  reported yesterday of the survey’s interesting focus on what swing state voters were saying about education policy. So did Education Week reporter Alyson Klein … Continue reading

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With Fraud Already Present, Was ALEC Involved in Expanding McKay Scholarships to Florida’s Special Needs Kids?

I don’t often use letters to the editor in a blog post, but Loudon, Tennessee’s Joy Pachucki writes something that may be important to Florida families. The expansion of McKay scholarships by Rick Scott and the state’s republican legislators to include … Continue reading

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The Eerily Similar Paths of Florida and Wisconsin to Education Reform

Quickly becoming one of the nation’s most important education reporters, Joy Resmovits writes this about the goings ons in Scott Walker’s Wisconsin: After slashing education funding and reducing teachers’ collective bargaining rights earlier this year, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R) … Continue reading

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Does Michelle Bachmann Want to Repeal No Child Left Behind?

While teachers across the nation are gathering together to raise awareness of the danger that standardize testing poses on the nation’s school, has an unlikely champion emerged? Republican candidate for President, Michelle Bachmann, was taking questions on the Scott Hennen … Continue reading

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How much of Rick Scott’s unpopularity is due to his education reform bill?

In State Ed Watch, Sean Cavanagh explores sliding favorability numbers of three Republican governors who overhauled education in their states.  Florida’s Rick Scott has the poorest .numbers Florida’s governor fares the worst of the three, with only 29 percent of … Continue reading

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