Everything you Need to Know About the 2016 Presidential Election

I’ve assembled everything you need to know about the 2016 Presidential race (post Iowa) so you don’t have to.

  1. What happened in the Iowa caucus?
    1. 2 winners and 3 losers from the Iowa caucuses (Vox)
    2. Bernie Sanders’s tie should be the biggest story of the Iowa caucuses (Vox)
    3. Trump’s humble pie and Clinton’s pseudo-crown: How cartoonists drew the Iowa caucus results (The Washington Post)
  2. Who has dropped out of the 2016 Presidential race after the Iowa caucuses (current as of 2/26/16)?
    1. After South Carolina Primary, Jeb Bush (Republican): An Elegy for the Jeb Bush Campaign (The Atlantic)
    2. After New Hampshire Primary, Chris Christie (Republican): Chris Christie drops out (Vox)
    3. After New Hampshire Primary, Carly Fiorina (Republican): Fiorina ends her Republican presidential campaign (The Washington Post)
    4. After Iowa Caucus, Mike Huckabee (Republican): Why Mike Huckabee Lost in 2016 (The Atlantic)
    5. After Iowa Caucus, Martin O’Malley (Democrat): O’Malley suspends presidential bid after a dismal showing in Iowa (The Washington Post)
    6. After Iowa Caucus, Rand Paul (Republican): Goodbye, Rand Paul: Goodbye, GOP Dovishness (FiveThirtyEight)
    7. After Iowa Caucus, Rick Santorum (Republican): Rick Santorum’s presidential campaign ends in a whimper (Vox)
  3. Who is still in the 2016 Presidential race and what are their chances?
    1. The 2016 U.S. Presidential Race: A Cheat Sheet (The Atlantic)
    2. Marco Rubio is Now Winning the Race for Endorsements (FiveThirtyEight)
    3. Which States Cruz, Trump, and Rubio Need to Win (The New York Times)
    4. How Bernie Sanders Could Lose but still Defeat Hillary Clinton (The New Yorker)
    5. We asked 6 political scientists who is more electable: Trump or Cruz (Vox)
    6. We asked 6 political scientists if Bernie Sanders would have a shot in a general election (Vox)
  4. What’s next?
    1. New Hampshire Primary (February 9th)
      1. Eight Days in New Hampshire (The New Yorker)
      2. What to look for in Tuesday’s New Hampshire Primary (Vox)
      3. 3 winners and 3 losers in the New Hampshire primary (Vox)
    2. South Carolina Republican (February 20th) and Democratic (February 27th) Primaries
      1. South Carolina Republican primary results 2016: 2 winners and 3 losers (Vox)
    3. Nevada Democratic (February 20th) and Republican (February 23rd) Caucus
      1. 3 winners and 2 losers from the Nevada Democratic Caucus (Vox)
      2. 2 winners and 3 losers from the Nevada Republican Caucuses (Vox)

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"Governor Martin O'Malley" by Gregory Hauenstein (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)

“Governor Martin O’Malley” by Gregory Hauenstein (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)

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