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A lot of voters want alternatives to Biden and Trump in 2024, CNN poll shows

A significant number of both Democrats and Republicans currently hope to see their parties find alternatives to President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump in the next presidential election, according to a new CNN poll conducted by SSRS. But very few have specific candidates in mind, underscoring how distant -- and potentially mutable -- the 2024 race remains.

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Opinion: This woman could topple the French President

As France gears up for a presidential campaign amid a savage fifth coronavirus wave sweeping the country, for the first time in the nation's history, female candidates occupy three of the principal axes of the political spectrum and may hold the key to the nation's future.

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Cillizza: It's McConnell vs Trump and McConnell is losing

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell is in a power struggle with former President Donald Trump over the control of the Republican Party... and McConnell is losing. In the latest episode of The Point, CNN's Chris Cillizza unpacks why Trump's endorsements are a must among GOP candidates -- and his ongoing feud with McConnell could be a threat to the Senator's quest to stay in leadership.

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Hotly contested elections shake up local school boards

After a year of contentious debates over mask mandates, social distancing rules and curriculums regarding race, new candidates challenged incumbent school board members Tuesday in elections across the country.

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School board elections across the US are turning nasty

After a year of contentious debates over mask mandates, social distancing rules and curriculums regarding race, new candidates challenged incumbent school board members Tuesday in elections across the country.

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Analysis: Voters made a hard turn back to kitchen table issues

In Tuesday's elections, Republican candidates surged in blue states, cities rejected major police reform and suburban voters showed their independence. The major takeaways? This is a more moderate and centrist country than activists on either the right or left let on, and Donald Trump fever may be breaking.

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Opinion: The racist theory that is animating some Trump backers

In former President Donald Trump's world, a high-speed cycle of influence can move radical ideas from the fringe to his personal agenda in short order. While other candidates and politicians use experts to screen out bad ideas -- Obama used a whole group just for health care issues, for instance -- Trump's filter seems calibrated to select themes like his false claims of voter fraud that excite or alarm his supporters. Follow the pattern, and there is a risk of a Trump 2024 campaign powered by the White Replacement Theory.

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