Many little girls came out to see the first woman nominee for president on Friday.
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For many political journalists, Philadelphia is nothing more than a stop on the campaign trail.
A native of Wayne, Penn., MSNBC Political Correspondent Kasie Hunt feels at home this week during the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia. The "Morning Joe" regular covered Mitt Romney's 2012 campaign for the Associated Press and the 2010 midterm elections for POLITICO.
COLUMBIA, S.C. — Outside of a Donald Trump rally here on Friday evening, one protester refused to engage in the political.
COLUMBIA, S.C. — You can hear the pop of bullets from the parking lot.
In an effort to clarify the series of events that informed our reporting, The Daily Pennsylvanian has created a timeline of our account.
COLUMBIA, S.C — On Saturday morning, four Daily Pennsylvanian editors canvassed the University of South Carolina just hours before the Republican primaries in the state. We asked students how they felt about the current political atmosphere in this election cycle, and what issues mattered to them the most.
COLUMBIA, S.C. — Almost exactly eight months after South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley banned flying the Confederate flag at the State House here, the alternate Star-Spangled Banner made a reappearance.
COLUMBIA, S.C. — On Saturday night, three Daily Pennsylvanian editors attended a Ted Cruz watch party that witnessed his loss to Donald Trump, then just barely to Marco Rubio. We asked people in the crowd about why they support Ted Cruz over all other candidates, many emphasizing his Christian values and "proven conservative record."
COLUMBIA, S.C. — You wouldn’t think that Republican presidential candidate and Florida Senator Marco Rubio — who has risen to the upper ranks of polls, taken on his own mentor, fellow candidate and former Florida Governor Jeb Bush and secured the endorsement of the governor here — could be stopped by two Daily Pennsylvanian staffers. But on Saturday morning, the day of the Republican primary here, Assignments Editor Ellie Schroeder and I delayed the Rubio campaign.
CHARLESTON, S.C. — "Lets say you're a dumb liberal in the media,” conservative radio personality and Fox News show host Sean Hannity opened a Ted Cruz rally at the College of Charleston on Friday. The jab came at no surprise, considering media insults have been in vogue this election cycle, notably trumpeted by Sen. Cruz (R-Texas) himself at an early GOP debate. Plus, six Daily Pennsylvanian editors, myself included, had just been mistaken as volunteers or interns multiple times after introducing ourselves as the press.
9:40 a.m. The DPolitics team arrives at the convention center in Charleston, S.C. after a 12 hour drive down South on Thursday.