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2016 Campaign Television Tracker ~ (CLINTON GROUP)

This is an interesting website that lets you track the candidates running for POTUS in terms of their media coverage. You can use the drop down menu system to select the candidate you want to track, the date range, etc. From there, you can click on the individual date in the graph and it will bring up available media clips for the day selected.

From the website:

"As part of our efforts to leverage the Internet Archive's Television News Archive for understanding the role of television in politics, we've created the following dashboard, updated each morning, that records how many times each US presidential candidate was mentioned on each of the major television networks monitored by the Archive. These are based on scanning the closed captioning records of each broadcast, so are subject to some degree of error, so absolute counts may contain a certain margin of error. The Archive enforces a 24 hour rolling delay, so the most recent date displayed is 24 hours ago. The Archive currently monitors a selection of national networks (Aljazeera America, Bloomberg, CNBC, CNN, Comedy Central, FOX Business, FOX News, LinkTV, MSNBC) and a growing set of affiliates across the country...."

2016 Campaign Television Tracker

NYT - Detailed Maps of Where Trump, Cruz, Clinton and Sanders Have Won


I can't pull the maps because they are interactive, but they are quite interesting. Color coded based upon the margin of victory.
If you are a numbers junkie, I highly recommend taking a peek.

Free E-Book about Hillary - (CLINTON GROUP)

This came across my FB Feed just now, and it's by the authors of The Hunting of The President
Joe Conason & Gene Lyons

The Hunting of Hillary

It's adapted from the book above about the RW efforts to discredit the Clintons.
Requires email and zipcode for immediate free download. No reader required, it will load in your web browser. It's 160 pages pdf file.

I've just been skimming it, and it looks interesting so I thought I'd share it.

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