Mon, 18 April 2016
David Waldman welcomes Tax Day, not the only day you pay taxes, but if you like 50% off your second entree, this is your day.
Greg Dworkin brings us the polling, and his analysis, without which polls are just polls. Key voting blocs form behind the Candidates going into tomorrow’s primaries in New York. Trump, Clinton and Sanders can find friends in New York, although Hillary Clinton looks like she’ll upset Bernie Sanders. Cruz does well in Orthodox Jewish areas, and probably the Amish areas as well. The most powerful Republican voters are in the Bronx.
If you are in Connecticut, you better get un-unaffiliated soon.
Mr. Art-of-the-Deal Trump fails and fails again behind the scenes, no matter how hard he whines. Armando joins David to think through the almost unthinkable: What will the RNC finally do about Trump? Armando also looks into today’s oral arguments in the Supreme Court on U.S. v. Texas.
A black man brought 3 forms of ID, spent $200, visited 2 states, and made 7 trips to different public institutions, but still couldn’t vote in Wisconsin.