Democratic candidate for New York City mayor Bill de Blasio takes part in an immigration reform event on October 23, 2013 in New York City. De Blasio spoke in favor of comprehensive immigration reform at a campaign event held on the steps of City Hall. He is leading Republican challenger Joe Lhota in the polls ahead of the November 5 vote.
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A new Quinnipiac poll shows Joe Lhota further narrowing Bill de Blasio’s lead — to, uh, 39 points. More noteworthy is that a bare plurality of voters say they don’t expect De Blasio to keep his campaign promises. Even among Democrats, only 53 percent believe De Blasio will be able to keep his promises. So, uh, no pressure, weguess?
CNN: The Nevada State Democratic Party is asking site leaders to sign non-disclosure agreements, according to one volunteer who had planned to help with Saturday’s caucuses but quit because he didn’t want to sign the document.
Johnny McEntee called in White House liaisons from cabinet agencies for an introductory meeting Thursday, in which he asked them to identify political appointees across the US government who are believed to be anti-Trump, per 3 sources familiar w meeting. https://t.co/l6Kj8wdT9F
After Trump says he’s considering him for DNI, Doug Collins says no thanks: “This is not a job that interests me at this time it’s not one that I would accept, because I’m running a Senate race down here in Georgia,” he says on Fox Biz
After decades of conflict, we have come to an understanding with the Taliban on a significant reduction in violence across #Afghanistan. This is an important step on a long road to peace, and I call on all Afghans to seize this opportunity.