Two front-runners, five states, a batch of negative ads, stakes growing ever higher and it all adds up to one more day on the campaign trail. It’s Election Day in Florida, Ohio, Illinois, North Carolina and Missouri. Via The New York Times.
Howard Fineman writes that the way to understand the strange 2016 campaign is to think of it as 1968 all over again. Via The Huffington Post.
Ted Cruz looking for love in (what used to be) all the wrong places. Will the GOP establishment really rally to his side? Via The Washington Post.
Where authoritarianism and Trumpism intersect: It’s the violent place where academics have been looking for years. Via Vox.
Mixups and lies
Politico compiles a week’s worth of Trump’s “errors, exaggerations and flat-out falsehoods.”
Raging against the machine: Bernie Sanders may lose his primary campaign against Hillary Clinton, but in a Democratic fight for the future, Sanders could well be the winner. Via The New Yorker.
The Breitbart story gets curiouser and curiouser. Criminal complaints, fake bylines, resignations and all the rest. The Washington Post has the details.
Here’s how the Trump campaign and “Trump’s lackeys” smeared Michelle Fields. Via The National Review.
And in more journalism news, Paul Krugman gets slammed — from the left. By William Greider in The Nation.
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