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California is different. It's the biggest prize on the board Tuesday with more than 400 delegates at stake. But California has an unusual voting system that counts all ballots cast Tuesday, even if they were only put in a mailbox that day. It can take weeks to tally the entire vote.

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BLOOMBERG, on the stop-and-frisk policing policy when he was New York mayor: “What happened, however, was it got out of control and when we discovered — I discovered — that we were doing many, many, too many stop and frisks, we cut 95% of them out.”

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In Nevada, a state with a formidable immigrant population, it's almost inevitable that the candidates will be asked about the issue. It's been a particularly tricky one for Biden, who's repeatedly been confronted by activists over the Obama administration's deportation record.

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Don’t dump the lunch duty on kids on the morning of the first day of school. Talk with them a few days or a week ahead of time to prepare everyone for the change. Practice making a few lunches before school actually starts.

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“My tip is to dedicate a no-shopping-at-all week,” suggests Gwyn Mixsell West. “Literally. I may not pull out my credit card or buy ANYTHING for one whole week. Makes me plan my meals, no lunch or meals out, and not even a Publix run. It’s amazing because you see how many times you would buy things you can easily live without and when the week is over I still refuse to buy a coffee out, etc.”

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InsureMyTrip predicts these airports will be busiest during 2019 Christmas week, based on total domestic flights reported for 2019 thus far:

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Voters in key states across America have had a full week to watch Michael Bloomberg’s massive advertising blitz. Did it have any impact? It may be difficult to determine, given that the New York billionaire is focusing on Super Tuesday states and beyond — states that typically don’t get polled this early.

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As Democrats fight for primary votes, Trump and his team will spend another week targeting general election voters in a premier general election battleground. The Republican president headlines the Florida GOP’s biggest annual fundraiser at the end of the week in Miami. It’s the second consecutive week that Trump is making a campaign appearance in Florida. And it comes as Trump prepares to finish the year with visits in three more critical general election states: Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.

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Joe Biden storms into the week on an eight-day, 18-county bus tour across Iowa. It’s no secret that the former vice president’s standing in the kickoff-caucus state isn’t as strong as national polls might suggest. The Iowa investment this week reflects the reality that a bad start in the opening contest threatens Biden’s standing in states that follow.

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He has proven he belongs in the top tier after another strong debate performance and rising poll numbers on the ground in Iowa. But the 37-year-old small-city mayor has virtually no path to the nomination unless he dramatically improves his standing with black voters.

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With just 10 weeks until voting begins, very few candidates in the crowded Democratic race can afford another week without making progress in addressing their glaring liabilities. The same could be said for Trump, who’s facing the prospect of impeachment as his party struggles with a revolt from women and suburban voters.

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The 2020 contest’s latest shiny object, but this has more than 30 billion reasons to be taken seriously on his first week out as a candidate. Bloomberg, whose worth is estimated at $30 billion to $50 billion, is dumping more than $30 million into a first-week advertising blitz that will almost certainly show up during your Thanksgiving football watching. The early investment has officially broken the record for the largest single-week ad buy in political history.

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No one has more at stake this week than Biden, who faces a direct threat both from Bloomberg’s potential candidacy and Buttigieg’s rise. The former vice president cannot afford to have a lackluster debate.

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A good agent can help incorporate travel into your family's educational plan. Are you interested in boosting the year's school curriculum by adding literary or historical sites to your travel itineraries? Do you want more art, music and theater in the mix? A good agent can help create a week, month, summer or multiyear plan that marries your family's educational goals with your love of travel.

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