Ivanka Trump and Chelsea Clinton both spoke at their respective party’s conventions (Ivanka, the RNC, and Chelsea, the DNC) as a way to show delegates and Americans watching different sides of their parents that Americans might not have seen. In Ivanka’s speech, she highlighted a loving father, a hard worker, and – to the surprise of many – a champion of women and a man of great generosity. In Chelsea’s, she reflected upon her mother’s role as a change maker and the loving mother that Americans don’t necessarily view Hillary Clinton as. While both speeches were good, Ivanka was miles ahead of Chelsea and here’s why. Ivanka spoke with the elegance and the poise of a seasoned pro. 2. Chelsea,
Want to know where Republicans live? Look for an even-numbered, three-digit Interstate Highway or a 1980s-era shopping mall--- and here’s why. If we take a look at any presidential general election map county by county for the last 50 years, one thing is for sure; the Republican Party absolutely dominates rural America. 2012 results show us that a stunning 61% of all rural voters preferred Mitt Romney to incumbent President Barack Obama, a remarkable 14% above what Romney received overall. Now, let’s take the 2010 census total of approximately 59,000,000 rural Americans, and assume that every single one of them voted republican in 2012-- we still barely reach Romney’s popular vote threshold
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