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These numbers matter—just ask Scott Walker, one of the first casualties of 2016—but take them with a grain of salt.(International Business Times, Real Clear Politics, NBC News)3. Fundraising: Mega DonorsWith the 2010 Citizens United decision came the rise of the super PAC, funding vehicles that allow mega donors to play an outsized role in campaign financing. In the first six months of 2015, super PACs raised almost 5 million, or nearly double the amount that individual campaigns had ugg australia factory outlet melbourneraised to that point. In particular, the Koch brothers have established a donor network of more than 200 wealthy conservatives that intends to spend 0 million on the presidential and other elections in 2016.Super PACs have raised more than 4 million in support of GOP candidates. That’s 70 percent of the 3 million total donated to GOP campaigns so far. Super PACs have also accounted for about .4 million for Democrats, or 12.7 percent of nearly 7 million. Jeb Bush is leading all candidates in fundraising with 0 million—and more than 90 percent of that is from Super PACs. To this point, Democrats have relied much less on large donors. Clinton has taken in virtuallyugg australia factory outlet melbourne all the Super PAC money for Democrats, but that’s just .1 million of her .1 million total haul. Bernie Sanders has raised more than .1 million to date without a cent from a super PAC. Who else hasn’t accepted super PAC money? Trump, who is bankrolling himself.(The News & Observer, The Guardian, The Washington Post)4. Traditional Media & EndorsementsBut it’s not Trump’s money that’s the source of his popularity—the real currency propelling him to the top of polls is media attention. Trump has drawn 43 percent of all GOP coverage on network news this year. A top Republican pundit estimates the value of that media attention at roughly 0 mugg australia factory outlet melbourneillion—but Trump has only spent million so far. Say what you will about Trump’s investment record, but that’s just good business.Since 1980, the single best predictor for determining who will win a party’s nomination has been political endorsements from party elites. Unsurprisingly, Hillary leads all candidates with 153 endorsements. So far, Jeb Bush has racked up 24 endorsements to lead the GOP; he’s followed by Rand Paul (11), Ted Cruz (8), Mike Huckabee (7) and Chris Christie (7). But given the state of the Republican race so far, it looks like the 2016 election cycle may buck that trend.(MSNBC, FiveThirtyEight)5. Social Media Growth—Especially for tugg australia factory outlet melbournehe OldsEver since Howard Dean’s surprise rise (and fall) in 2004, pundits have been clamoring over the internet’s potential to swing races one way or another. But though Facebook, Twitter and the like have been around for nearly a decade, it’s only recently that they’ve become staples of Americans’ daily lives. In February of 2005, just 8 percent of Americans internet users used social networking sites—by September 2013, that figure had jumped to 73 percent. Older voters—traditionally the bulwark of the voting electorate—have seen the most dramatic increases. In August 2006, about 5 percent of 50-64 year olds logged on to social media, as did jugg australia factory outlet melbourneust 1 percent of people over 65. By September 2013, those figures had jumped to 65 percent and 46 percent, respectively. Since 2010, the share of registered voters who follow political figures on social media has more than doubled.Bottom line? Social media will be more important than ever this election cycle. But we’re still a long ways away from “likes” translating into votes. Otherwise we’d be taking Kanye West’s 2020 presidential announcement much more seriously.(Pew Research Center (a), Pew Research Center (b))A king cobra named Elvis that had been on the loose in Orlando since September 1 was finally found behind a woman’s dryer in Ocoee.The 8-foot lougg australia factory outlet melbourneng cobra slithered nearly half a mile away from its original owner, Mike Kennedy, who didn’t r million and Sanders raising .7 million in Q3. Especially for outsider candidates, these numbers suggest these campaigns have staying power. But fundraising numbers are also evaluated according to expectations. Hillary Clinton, the ultimate insider candidate, still leads the Democratic field with a million Q3 performance, but that’s down 41 percent from the .5 million she raked in in Q2.But here’s the rub: In the past, Q3 fundraising numbers from the year before the election have been awful predictors of a candidate’s staying power. In 2003, Howard Dean raised more than three times the amount the eventual Democratic nominee John Kerry raised; in 2007, Mitt Romugg australia factory outlet melbourneney raised more than three times the amount eventual GOP nominee John McCain did, and Hillary Clinton raised million more than Barack Obama. In 2011, Rick Perry outraised Romney by million. These numbers matter—just ask Scott Walker, one of the first casualties of 2016—but take them with a grain of salt.(International Business Times, Real Clear Politics, NBC News)3. Fundraising: Mega DonorsWith the 2010 Citizens United decision came the rise of the super PAC, funding vehicles that allow mega donors to play an outsized role in campaign financing. In the first six months of 2015, super PACs raised almost 5 million, or nearly double the amount that individual campaigns had ugg australia factory outlet melbourneraised to that point. In particular, the Koch brothers have established a donor network of more than 200 wealthy conservatives that intends to spend 0 million on the presidential and other elections in 2016.Super PACs have raised more than 4 million in support of GOP candidates. That’s 70 percent of the 3 million total donated to GOP campaigns so far. Super PACs have also accounted for about .4 million for Democrats, or 12.7 percent of nearly 7 million. Jeb Bush is leading all candidates in fundraising with 0 million—and more than 90 percent of that is from Super PACs. To this point, Democrats have relied much less on large donors. Clinton has taken in virtuallyugg australia factory outlet melbourne all the Super PAC money for Democrats, but that’s just .1 million of her .1 million total haul. Bernie Sanders has raised more than .1 million to date without a cent from a super PAC. Who else hasn’t accepted super PAC money? Trump, who is bankrolling himself.(The News & Observer, The Guardian, The Washington Post)4. Traditional Media & EndorsementsBut it’s not Trump’s money that’s the source of his popularity—the real currency propelling him to the top of polls is media attention. Trump has drawn 43 percent of all GOP coverage on network news this year. A top Republican pundit estimates the value of that media attention at roughly 0 mugg australia factory outlet melbourneillion—but Trump has only spent million so far. Say what you will about Trump’s investment record, but that’s just good business.Since 1980, the single best predictor for determining who will win a party’s nomination has been political endorsements from party elites. Unsurprisingly, Hillary leads all candidates with 153 endorsements. So far, Jeb Bush has racked up 24 endorsements to lead the GOP; he’s followed by Rand Paul (11), Ted Cruz (8), Mike Huckabee (7) and Chris Christie (7). But given the state of the Republican race so far, it looks like the 2016 election cycle may buck that trend.(MSNBC, FiveThirtyEight)5. Social Media Growth—Especially for tugg australia factory outlet melbournehe OldsEver since Howard Dean’s surprise rise (and fall) in 2004, pundits have been clamoring over the internet’s potential to swing races one way or another. But though Facebook, Twitter and the like have been around for nearly a decade, it’s only recently that they’ve become staples of Americans’ daily lives. In February of 2005, just 8 percent of Americans internet users used social networking sites—by September 2013, that figure had jumped to 73 percent. Older voters—traditionally the bulwark of the voting electorate—have seen the most dramatic increases. In August 2006, about 5 percent of 50-64 year olds logged on to social media, as did jugg australia factory outlet melbourneust 1 percent of people over 65. By September 2013, those figures had jumped to 65 percent and 46 percent, respectively. Since 2010, the share of registered voters who follow political figures on social media has more than doubled.Bottom line? Social media will be more important than ever this election cycle. But we’re still a long ways away from “likes” translating into votes. Otherwise we’d be taking Kanye West’s 2020 presidential announcement much more seriously.(Pew Research Center (a), Pew Research Center (b))A king cobra named Elvis that had been on the loose in Orlando since September 1 was finally found behind a woman’s dryer in Ocoee.The 8-foot lougg australia factory outlet melbourneng cobra slithered nearly half a mile away from its original owner, Mike Kennedy, who didn’t r million and Sanders raising .7 million in Q3. Especially for outsider candidates, these numbers suggest these campaigns have staying power. But fundraising numbers are also evaluated according to expectations. Hillary Clinton, the ultimate insider candidate, still leads the Democratic field with a million Q3 performance, but that’s down 41 percent from the .5 million she raked in in Q2.But here’s the rub: In the past, Q3 fundraising numbers from the year before the election have been awful predictors of a candidate’s staying power. In 2003, Howard Dean raised more than three times the amount the eventual Democratic nominee John Kerry raised; in 2007, Mitt Romugg australia factory outlet melbourneney raised more than three times the amount eventual GOP nominee John McCain did, and Hillary Clinton raised million more than Barack Obama. In 2011, Rick Perry outraised Romney by million. These numbers matter—just ask Scott Walker, one of the first casualties of 2016—but take them with a grain of salt.(International Business Times, Real Clear Politics, NBC News)3. Fundraising: Mega DonorsWith the 2010 Citizens United decision came the rise of the super PAC, funding vehicles that allow mega donors to play an outsized role in campaign financing. In the first six months of 2015, super PACs raised almost 5 million, or nearly double the amount that individual campaigns had ugg australia factory outlet melbourneraised to that point. In particular, the Koch brothers have established a donor network of more than 200 wealthy conservatives that intends to spend 0 million on the presidential and other elections in 2016.Super PACs have raised more than 4 million in support of GOP candidates. That’s 70 percent of the 3 million total donated to GOP campaigns so far. Super PACs have also accounted for about .4 million for Democrats, or 12.7 percent of nearly 7 million. Jeb Bush is leading all candidates in fundraising with 0 million—and more than 90 percent of that is from Super PACs. To this point, Democrats have relied much less on large donors. Clinton has taken in virtuallyugg australia factory outlet melbourne all the Super PAC money for Democrats, but that’s just .1 million of her .1 million total haul. Bernie Sanders has raised more than .1 million to date without a cent from a super PAC. Who else hasn’t accepted super PAC money? Trump, who is bankrolling himself.(The News & Observer, The Guardian, The Washington Post)4. Traditional Media & EndorsementsBut it’s not Trump’s money that’s the source of his popularity—the real currency propelling him to the top of polls is media attention. Trump has drawn 43 percent of all GOP coverage on network news this year. A top Republican pundit estimates the value of that media attention at roughly 0 mugg australia factory outlet melbourneillion—but Trump has only spent million so far. Say what you will about Trump’s investment record, but that’s just good business.Since 1980, the single best predictor for determining who will win a party’s nomination has been political endorsements from party elites. Unsurprisingly, Hillary leads all candidates with 153 endorsements. So far, Jeb Bush has racked up 24 endorsements to lead the GOP; he’s followed by Rand Paul (11), Ted Cruz (8), Mike Huckabee (7) and Chris Christie (7). But given the state of the Republican race so far, it looks like the 2016 election cycle may buck that trend.(MSNBC, FiveThirtyEight)5. Social Media Growth—Especially for tugg australia factory outlet melbournehe OldsEver since Howard Dean’s surprise rise (and fall) in 2004, pundits have been clamoring over the internet’s potential to swing races one way or another. But though Facebook, Twitter and the like have been around for nearly a decade, it’s only recently that they’ve become staples of Americans’ daily lives. In February of 2005, just 8 percent of Americans internet users used social networking sites—by September 2013, that figure had jumped to 73 percent. Older voters—traditionally the bulwark of the voting electorate—have seen the most dramatic increases. In August 2006, about 5 percent of 50-64 year olds logged on to social media, as did jugg australia factory outlet melbourneust 1 percent of people over 65. By September 2013, those figures had jumped to 65 percent and 46 percent, respectively. Since 2010, the share of registered voters who follow political figures on social media has more than doubled.Bottom line? Social media will be more important than ever this election cycle. But we’re still a long ways away from “likes” translating into votes. Otherwise we’d be taking Kanye West’s 2020 presidential announcement much more seriously.(Pew Research Center (a), Pew Research Center (b))A king cobra named Elvis that had been on the loose in Orlando since September 1 was finally found behind a woman’s dryer in Ocoee.The 8-foot lougg australia factory outlet melbourneng cobra slithered nearly half a mile away from its original owner, Mike Kennedy, who didn’t r,adidas yeezy ua million and Sanders raising .7 million in Q3. Especially for outsider candidates, these numbers suggest these campaigns have staying power. But fundraising numbers are also evaluated according to expectations. Hillary Clinton, the ultimate insider candidate, still leads the Democratic field with a million Q3 performance, but that’s down 41 percent from the .5 million she raked in in Q2.But here’s the rub: In the past, Q3 fundraising numbers from the year before the election have been awful predictors of a candidate’s staying power. In 2003, Howard Dean raised more than three times the amount the eventual Democratic nominee John Kerry raised; in 2007, Mitt Romugg australia factory outlet melbourneney raised more than three times the amount eventual GOP nominee John McCain did, and Hillary Clinton raised million more than Barack Obama. In 2011, Rick Perry outraised Romney by million. These numbers matter—just ask Scott Walker, one of the first casualties of 2016—but take them with a grain of salt.(International Business Times, Real Clear Politics, NBC News)3. Fundraising: Mega DonorsWith the 2010 Citizens United decision came the rise of the super PAC, funding vehicles that allow mega donors to play an outsized role in campaign financing. In the first six months of 2015, super PACs raised almost 5 million, or nearly double the amount that individual campaigns had ugg australia factory outlet melbourneraised to that point. In particular, the Koch brothers have established a donor network of more than 200 wealthy conservatives that intends to spend 0 million on the presidential and other elections in 2016.Super PACs have raised more than 4 million in support of GOP candidates. That’s 70 percent of the 3 million total donated to GOP campaigns so far. Super PACs have also accounted for about .4 million for Democrats, or 12.7 percent of nearly 7 million. Jeb Bush is leading all candidates in fundraising with 0 million—and more than 90 percent of that is from Super PACs. To this point, Democrats have relied much less on large donors. Clinton has taken in virtuallyugg australia factory outlet melbourne all the Super PAC money for Democrats, but that’s just .1 million of her .1 million total haul. Bernie Sanders has raised more than .1 million to date without a cent from a super PAC. Who else hasn’t accepted super PAC money? Trump, who is bankrolling himself.(The News & Observer, The Guardian, The Washington Post)4. Traditional Media & EndorsementsBut it’s not Trump’s money that’s the source of his popularity—the real currency propelling him to the top of polls is media attention. Trump has drawn 43 percent of all GOP coverage on network news this year. A top Republican pundit estimates the value of that media attention at roughly 0 mugg australia factory outlet melbourneillion—but Trump has only spent million so far. Say what you will about Trump’s investment record, but that’s just good business.Since 1980, the single best predictor for determining who will win a party’s nomination has been political endorsements from party elites. Unsurprisingly, Hillary leads all candidates with 153 endorsements. So far, Jeb Bush has racked up 24 endorsements to lead the GOP; he’s followed by Rand Paul (11), Ted Cruz (8), Mike Huckabee (7) and Chris Christie (7). But given the state of the Republican race so far, it looks like the 2016 election cycle may buck that trend.(MSNBC, FiveThirtyEight)5. Social Media Growth—Especially for tugg australia factory outlet melbournehe OldsEver since Howard Dean’s surprise rise (and fall) in 2004, pundits have been clamoring over the internet’s potential to swing races one way or another. But though Facebook, Twitter and the like have been around for nearly a decade, it’s only recently that they’ve become staples of Americans’ daily lives. In February of 2005, just 8 percent of Americans internet users used social networking sites—by September 2013, that figure had jumped to 73 percent. Older voters—traditionally the bulwark of the voting electorate—have seen the most dramatic increases. In August 2006, about 5 percent of 50-64 year olds logged on to social media, as did jugg australia factory outlet melbourneust 1 percent of people over 65. By September 2013, those figures had jumped to 65 percent and 46 percent, respectively. Since 2010, the share of registered voters who follow political figures on social media has more than doubled.Bottom line? Social media will be more important than ever this election cycle. But we’re still a long ways away from “likes” translating into votes. Otherwise we’d be taking Kanye West’s 2020 presidential announcement much more seriously.(Pew Research Center (a), Pew Research Center (b))A king cobra named Elvis that had been on the loose in Orlando since September 1 was finally found behind a woman’s dryer in Ocoee.The 8-foot lougg australia factory outlet melbourneng cobra slithered nearly half a mile away from its original owner, Mike Kennedy, who didn’t r million and Sanders raising .7 million in Q3. Especially for outsider candidates, these numbers suggest these campaigns have staying power. But fundraising numbers are also evaluated according to expectations. Hillary Clinton, the ultimate insider candidate, still leads the Democratic field with a million Q3 performance, but that’s down 41 percent from the .5 million she raked in in Q2.But here’s the rub: In the past, Q3 fundraising numbers from the year before the election have been awful predictors of a candidate’s staying power. In 2003, Howard Dean raised more than three times the amount the eventual Democratic nominee John Kerry raised; in 2007, Mitt Romugg australia factory outlet melbourneney raised more than three times the amount eventual GOP nominee John McCain did, and Hillary Clinton raised million more than Barack Obama. In 2011, Rick Perry outraised Romney by million. These numbers matter—just ask Scott Walker, one of the first casualties of 2016—but take them with a grain of salt.(International Business Times, Real Clear Politics, NBC News)3. Fundraising: Mega DonorsWith the 2010 Citizens United decision came the rise of the super PAC, funding vehicles that allow mega donors to play an outsized role in campaign financing. In the first six months of 2015, super PACs raised almost 5 million, or nearly double the amount that individual campaigns had ugg australia factory outlet melbourneraised to that point. In particular, the Koch brothers have established a donor network of more than 200 wealthy conservatives that intends to spend 0 million on the presidential and other elections in 2016.Super PACs have raised more than 4 million in support of GOP candidates. That’s 70 percent of the 3 million total donated to GOP campaigns so far. Super PACs have also accounted for about .4 million for Democrats, or 12.7 percent of nearly 7 million. Jeb Bush is leading all candidates in fundraising with 0 million—and more than 90 percent of that is from Super PACs. To this point, Democrats have relied much less on large donors. Clinton has taken in virtuallyugg australia factory outlet melbourne all the Super PAC money for Democrats, but that’s just .1 million of her .1 million total haul. Bernie Sanders has raised more than .1 million to date without a cent from a super PAC. Who else hasn’t accepted super PAC money? Trump, who is bankrolling himself.(The News & Observer, The Guardian, The Washington Post)4. Traditional Media & EndorsementsBut it’s not Trump’s money that’s the source of his popularity—the real currency propelling him to the top of polls is media attention. Trump has drawn 43 percent of all GOP coverage on network news this year. A top Republican pundit estimates the value of that media attention at roughly 0 mugg australia factory outlet melbourneillion—but Trump has only spent million so far. Say what you will about Trump’s investment record, but that’s just good business.Since 1980, the single best predictor for determining who will win a party’s nomination has been political endorsements from party elites. Unsurprisingly, Hillary leads all candidates with 153 endorsements. So far, Jeb Bush has racked up 24 endorsements to lead the GOP; he’s followed by Rand Paul (11), Ted Cruz (8), Mike Huckabee (7) and Chris Christie (7). But given the state of the Republican race so far, it looks like the 2016 election cycle may buck that trend.(MSNBC, FiveThirtyEight)5. Social Media Growth—Especially for tugg australia factory outlet melbournehe OldsEver since Howard Dean’s surprise rise (and fall) in 2004, pundits have been clamoring over the internet’s potential to swing races one way or another. But though Facebook, Twitter and the like have been around for nearly a decade, it’s only recently that they’ve become staples of Americans’ daily lives. In February of 2005, just 8 percent of Americans internet users used social networking sites—by September 2013, that figure had jumped to 73 percent. Older voters—traditionally the bulwark of the voting electorate—have seen the most dramatic increases. In August 2006, about 5 percent of 50-64 year olds logged on to social media, as did jugg australia factory outlet melbourneust 1 percent of people over 65. By September 2013, those figures had jumped to 65 percent and 46 percent, respectively. Since 2010, the share of registered voters who follow political figures on social media has more than doubled.Bottom line? Social media will be more important than ever this election cycle. But we’re still a long ways away from “likes” translating into votes. Otherwise we’d be taking Kanye West’s 2020 presidential announcement much more seriously.(Pew Research Center (a), Pew Research Center (b))A king cobra named Elvis that had been on the loose in Orlando since September 1 was finally found behind a woman’s dryer in Ocoee.The 8-foot lougg australia factory outlet melbourneng cobra slithered nearly half a mile away from its original owner, Mike Kennedy, who didn’t r million and Sanders raising .7 million in Q3. Especially for outsider candidates, these numbers suggest these campaigns have staying power. But fundraising numbers are also evaluated according to expectations. Hillary Clinton, the ultimate insider candidate, still leads the Democratic field with a million Q3 performance, but that’s down 41 percent from the .5 million she raked in in Q2.But here’s the rub: In the past, Q3 fundraising numbers from the year before the election have been awful predictors of a candidate’s staying power. In 2003, Howard Dean raised more than three times the amount the eventual Democratic nominee John Kerry raised; in 2007, Mitt Romugg australia factory outlet melbourneney raised more than three times the amount eventual GOP nominee John McCain did, and Hillary Clinton raised million more than Barack Obama. In 2011, Rick Perry outraised Romney by million. These numbers matter—just ask Scott Walker, one of the first casualties of 2016—but take them with a grain of salt.(International Business Times, Real Clear Politics, NBC News)3. Fundraising: Mega DonorsWith the 2010 Citizens United decision came the rise of the super PAC, funding vehicles that allow mega donors to play an outsized role in campaign financing. In the first six months of 2015, super PACs raised almost 5 million, or nearly double the amount that individual campaigns had ugg australia factory outlet melbourneraised to that point. In particular, the Koch brothers have established a donor network of more than 200 wealthy conservatives that intends to spend 0 million on the presidential and other elections in 2016.Super PACs have raised more than 4 million in support of GOP candidates. That’s 70 percent of the 3 million total donated to GOP campaigns so far. Super PACs have also accounted for about .4 million for Democrats, or 12.7 percent of nearly 7 million. Jeb Bush is leading all candidates in fundraising with 0 million—and more than 90 percent of that is from Super PACs. To this point, Democrats have relied much less on large donors. Clinton has taken in virtuallyugg australia factory outlet melbourne all the Super PAC money for Democrats, but that’s just .1 million of her .1 million total haul. Bernie Sanders has raised more than .1 million to date without a cent from a super PAC. Who else hasn’t accepted super PAC money? Trump, who is bankrolling himself.(The News & Observer, The Guardian, The Washington Post)4. Traditional Media & EndorsementsBut it’s not Trump’s money that’s the source of his popularity—the real currency propelling him to the top of polls is media attention. Trump has drawn 43 percent of all GOP coverage on network news this year. A top Republican pundit estimates the value of that media attention at roughly 0 mugg australia factory outlet melbourneillion—but Trump has only spent million so far. Say what you will about Trump’s investment record, but that’s just good business.Since 1980, the single best predictor for determining who will win a party’s nomination has been political endorsements from party elites. Unsurprisingly, Hillary leads all candidates with 153 endorsements. So far, Jeb Bush has racked up 24 endorsements to lead the GOP; he’s followed by Rand Paul (11), Ted Cruz (8), Mike Huckabee (7) and Chris Christie (7). But given the state of the Republican race so far, it looks like the 2016 election cycle may buck that trend.(MSNBC, FiveThirtyEight)5. Social Media Growth—Especially for tugg australia factory outlet melbournehe OldsEver since Howard Dean’s surprise rise (and fall) in 2004, pundits have been clamoring over the internet’s potential to swing races one way or another. But though Facebook, Twitter and the like have been around for nearly a decade, it’s only recently that they’ve become staples of Americans’ daily lives. In February of 2005, just 8 percent of Americans internet users used social networking sites—by September 2013, that figure had jumped to 73 percent. Older voters—traditionally the bulwark of the voting electorate—have seen the most dramatic increases. In August 2006, about 5 percent of 50-64 year olds logged on to social media, as did jugg australia factory outlet melbourneust 1 percent of people over 65. By September 2013, those figures had jumped to 65 percent and 46 percent, respectively. Since 2010, the share of registered voters who follow political figures on social media has more than doubled.Bottom line? Social media will be more important than ever this election cycle. But we’re still a long ways away from “likes” translating into votes. Otherwise we’d be taking Kanye West’s 2020 presidential announcement much more seriously.(Pew Research Center (a), Pew Research Center (b))A king cobra named Elvis that had been on the loose in Orlando since September 1 was finally found behind a woman’s dryer in Ocoee.The 8-foot lougg australia factory outlet melbourneng cobra slithered nearly half a mile away from its original owner, Mike Kennedy, who didn’t ryeezy boost 180

yeezy 350 boost replica million and Sanders raising .7 million in Q3. Especially for outsider candidates, these numbers suggest these campaigns have staying power. But fundraising numbers are also evaluated according to expectations. Hillary Clinton, the ultimate insider candidate, still leads the Democratic field with a million Q3 performance, but that’s down 41 percent from the .5 million she raked in in Q2.But here’s the rub: In the past, Q3 fundraising numbers from the year before the election have been awful predictors of a candidate’s staying power. In 2003, Howard Dean raised more than three times the amount the eventual Democratic nominee John Kerry raised; in 2007, Mitt Romugg australia factory outlet melbourneney raised more than three times the amount eventual GOP nominee John McCain did, and Hillary Clinton raised million more than Barack Obama. In 2011, Rick Perry outraised Romney by million. These numbers matter—just ask Scott Walker, one of the first casualties of 2016—but take them with a grain of salt.(International Business Times, Real Clear Politics, NBC News)3. Fundraising: Mega DonorsWith the 2010 Citizens United decision came the rise of the super PAC, funding vehicles that allow mega donors to play an outsized role in campaign financing. In the first six months of 2015, super PACs raised almost 5 million, or nearly double the amount that individual campaigns had ugg australia factory outlet melbourneraised to that point. In particular, the Koch brothers have established a donor network of more than 200 wealthy conservatives that intends to spend 0 million on the presidential and other elections in 2016.Super PACs have raised more than 4 million in support of GOP candidates. That’s 70 percent of the 3 million total donated to GOP campaigns so far. Super PACs have also accounted for about .4 million for Democrats, or 12.7 percent of nearly 7 million. Jeb Bush is leading all candidates in fundraising with 0 million—and more than 90 percent of that is from Super PACs. To this point, Democrats have relied much less on large donors. Clinton has taken in virtuallyugg australia factory outlet melbourne all the Super PAC money for Democrats, but that’s just .1 million of her .1 million total haul. Bernie Sanders has raised more than .1 million to date without a cent from a super PAC. Who else hasn’t accepted super PAC money? Trump, who is bankrolling himself.(The News & Observer, The Guardian, The Washington Post)4. Traditional Media & EndorsementsBut it’s not Trump’s money that’s the source of his popularity—the real currency propelling him to the top of polls is media attention. Trump has drawn 43 percent of all GOP coverage on network news this year. A top Republican pundit estimates the value of that media attention at roughly 0 mugg australia factory outlet melbourneillion—but Trump has only spent million so far. Say what you will about Trump’s investment record, but that’s just good business.Since 1980, the single best predictor for determining who will win a party’s nomination has been political endorsements from party elites. Unsurprisingly, Hillary leads all candidates with 153 endorsements. So far, Jeb Bush has racked up 24 endorsements to lead the GOP; he’s followed by Rand Paul (11), Ted Cruz (8), Mike Huckabee (7) and Chris Christie (7). But given the state of the Republican race so far, it looks like the 2016 election cycle may buck that trend.(MSNBC, FiveThirtyEight)5. Social Media Growth—Especially for tugg australia factory outlet melbournehe OldsEver since Howard Dean’s surprise rise (and fall) in 2004, pundits have been clamoring over the internet’s potential to swing races one way or another. But though Facebook, Twitter and the like have been around for nearly a decade, it’s only recently that they’ve become staples of Americans’ daily lives. In February of 2005, just 8 percent of Americans internet users used social networking sites—by September 2013, that figure had jumped to 73 percent. Older voters—traditionally the bulwark of the voting electorate—have seen the most dramatic increases. In August 2006, about 5 percent of 50-64 year olds logged on to social media, as did jugg australia factory outlet melbourneust 1 percent of people over 65. By September 2013, those figures had jumped to 65 percent and 46 percent, respectively. Since 2010, the share of registered voters who follow political figures on social media has more than doubled.Bottom line? Social media will be more important than ever this election cycle. But we’re still a long ways away from “likes” translating into votes. Otherwise we’d be taking Kanye West’s 2020 presidential announcement much more seriously.(Pew Research Center (a), Pew Research Center (b))A king cobra named Elvis that had been on the loose in Orlando since September 1 was finally found behind a woman’s dryer in Ocoee.The 8-foot lougg australia factory outlet melbourneng cobra slithered nearly half a mile away from its original owner, Mike Kennedy, who didn’t r million and Sanders raising .7 million in Q3. Especially for outsider candidates, these numbers suggest these campaigns have staying power. But fundraising numbers are also evaluated according to expectations. Hillary Clinton, the ultimate insider candidate, still leads the Democratic field with a million Q3 performance, but that’s down 41 percent from the .5 million she raked in in Q2.But here’s the rub: In the past, Q3 fundraising numbers from the year before the election have been awful predictors of a candidate’s staying power. In 2003, Howard Dean raised more than three times the amount the eventual Democratic nominee John Kerry raised; in 2007, Mitt Romugg australia factory outlet melbourneney raised more than three times the amount eventual GOP nominee John McCain did, and Hillary Clinton raised million more than Barack Obama. In 2011, Rick Perry outraised Romney by million. These numbers matter—just ask Scott Walker, one of the first casualties of 2016—but take them with a grain of salt.(International Business Times, Real Clear Politics, NBC News)3. Fundraising: Mega DonorsWith the 2010 Citizens United decision came the rise of the super PAC, funding vehicles that allow mega donors to play an outsized role in campaign financing. In the first six months of 2015, super PACs raised almost 5 million, or nearly double the amount that individual campaigns had ugg australia factory outlet melbourneraised to that point. In particular, the Koch brothers have established a donor network of more than 200 wealthy conservatives that intends to spend 0 million on the presidential and other elections in 2016.Super PACs have raised more than 4 million in support of GOP candidates. That’s 70 percent of the 3 million total donated to GOP campaigns so far. Super PACs have also accounted for about .4 million for Democrats, or 12.7 percent of nearly 7 million. Jeb Bush is leading all candidates in fundraising with 0 million—and more than 90 percent of that is from Super PACs. To this point, Democrats have relied much less on large donors. Clinton has taken in virtuallyugg australia factory outlet melbourne all the Super PAC money for Democrats, but that’s just .1 million of her .1 million total haul. Bernie Sanders has raised more than .1 million to date without a cent from a super PAC. Who else hasn’t accepted super PAC money? Trump, who is bankrolling himself.(The News & Observer, The Guardian, The Washington Post)4. Traditional Media & EndorsementsBut it’s not Trump’s money that’s the source of his popularity—the real currency propelling him to the top of polls is media attention. Trump has drawn 43 percent of all GOP coverage on network news this year. A top Republican pundit estimates the value of that media attention at roughly 0 mugg australia factory outlet melbourneillion—but Trump has only spent million so far. Say what you will about Trump’s investment record, but that’s just good business.Since 1980, the single best predictor for determining who will win a party’s nomination has been political endorsements from party elites. Unsurprisingly, Hillary leads all candidates with 153 endorsements. So far, Jeb Bush has racked up 24 endorsements to lead the GOP; he’s followed by Rand Paul (11), Ted Cruz (8), Mike Huckabee (7) and Chris Christie (7). But given the state of the Republican race so far, it looks like the 2016 election cycle may buck that trend.(MSNBC, FiveThirtyEight)5. Social Media Growth—Especially for tugg australia factory outlet melbournehe OldsEver since Howard Dean’s surprise rise (and fall) in 2004, pundits have been clamoring over the internet’s potential to swing races one way or another. But though Facebook, Twitter and the like have been around for nearly a decade, it’s only recently that they’ve become staples of Americans’ daily lives. In February of 2005, just 8 percent of Americans internet users used social networking sites—by September 2013, that figure had jumped to 73 percent. Older voters—traditionally the bulwark of the voting electorate—have seen the most dramatic increases. In August 2006, about 5 percent of 50-64 year olds logged on to social media, as did jugg australia factory outlet melbourneust 1 percent of people over 65. By September 2013, those figures had jumped to 65 percent and 46 percent, respectively. Since 2010, the share of registered voters who follow political figures on social media has more than doubled.Bottom line? Social media will be more important than ever this election cycle. But we’re still a long ways away from “likes” translating into votes. Otherwise we’d be taking Kanye West’s 2020 presidential announcement much more seriously.(Pew Research Center (a), Pew Research Center (b))A king cobra named Elvis that had been on the loose in Orlando since September 1 was finally found behind a woman’s dryer in Ocoee.The 8-foot lougg australia factory outlet melbourneng cobra slithered nearly half a mile away from its original owner, Mike Kennedy, who didn’t r million and Sanders raising .7 million in Q3. Especially for outsider candidates, these numbers suggest these campaigns have staying power. But fundraising numbers are also evaluated according to expectations. Hillary Clinton, the ultimate insider candidate, still leads the Democratic field with a million Q3 performance, but that’s down 41 percent from the .5 million she raked in in Q2.But here’s the rub: In the past, Q3 fundraising numbers from the year before the election have been awful predictors of a candidate’s staying power. In 2003, Howard Dean raised more than three times the amount the eventual Democratic nominee John Kerry raised; in 2007, Mitt Romugg australia factory outlet melbourneney raised more than three times the amount eventual GOP nominee John McCain did, and Hillary Clinton raised million more than Barack Obama. In 2011, Rick Perry outraised Romney by million. These numbers matter—just ask Scott Walker, one of the first casualties of 2016—but take them with a grain of salt.(International Business Times, Real Clear Politics, NBC News)3. Fundraising: Mega DonorsWith the 2010 Citizens United decision came the rise of the super PAC, funding vehicles that allow mega donors to play an outsized role in campaign financing. In the first six months of 2015, super PACs raised almost 5 million, or nearly double the amount that individual campaigns had ugg australia factory outlet melbourneraised to that point. In particular, the Koch brothers have established a donor network of more than 200 wealthy conservatives that intends to spend 0 million on the presidential and other elections in 2016.Super PACs have raised more than 4 million in support of GOP candidates. That’s 70 percent of the 3 million total donated to GOP campaigns so far. Super PACs have also accounted for about .4 million for Democrats, or 12.7 percent of nearly 7 million. Jeb Bush is leading all candidates in fundraising with 0 million—and more than 90 percent of that is from Super PACs. To this point, Democrats have relied much less on large donors. Clinton has taken in virtuallyugg australia factory outlet melbourne all the Super PAC money for Democrats, but that’s just .1 million of her .1 million total haul. Bernie Sanders has raised more than .1 million to date without a cent from a super PAC. Who else hasn’t accepted super PAC money? Trump, who is bankrolling himself.(The News & Observer, The Guardian, The Washington Post)4. Traditional Media & EndorsementsBut it’s not Trump’s money that’s the source of his popularity—the real currency propelling him to the top of polls is media attention. Trump has drawn 43 percent of all GOP coverage on network news this year. A top Republican pundit estimates the value of that media attention at roughly 0 mugg australia factory outlet melbourneillion—but Trump has only spent million so far. Say what you will about Trump’s investment record, but that’s just good business.Since 1980, the single best predictor for determining who will win a party’s nomination has been political endorsements from party elites. Unsurprisingly, Hillary leads all candidates with 153 endorsements. So far, Jeb Bush has racked up 24 endorsements to lead the GOP; he’s followed by Rand Paul (11), Ted Cruz (8), Mike Huckabee (7) and Chris Christie (7). But given the state of the Republican race so far, it looks like the 2016 election cycle may buck that trend.(MSNBC, FiveThirtyEight)5. Social Media Growth—Especially for tugg australia factory outlet melbournehe OldsEver since Howard Dean’s surprise rise (and fall) in 2004, pundits have been clamoring over the internet’s potential to swing races one way or another. But though Facebook, Twitter and the like have been around for nearly a decade, it’s only recently that they’ve become staples of Americans’ daily lives. In February of 2005, just 8 percent of Americans internet users used social networking sites—by September 2013, that figure had jumped to 73 percent. Older voters—traditionally the bulwark of the voting electorate—have seen the most dramatic increases. In August 2006, about 5 percent of 50-64 year olds logged on to social media, as did jugg australia factory outlet melbourneust 1 percent of people over 65. By September 2013, those figures had jumped to 65 percent and 46 percent, respectively. Since 2010, the share of registered voters who follow political figures on social media has more than doubled.Bottom line? Social media will be more important than ever this election cycle. But we’re still a long ways away from “likes” translating into votes. Otherwise we’d be taking Kanye West’s 2020 presidential announcement much more seriously.(Pew Research Center (a), Pew Research Center (b))A king cobra named Elvis that had been on the loose in Orlando since September 1 was finally found behind a woman’s dryer in Ocoee.The 8-foot lougg australia factory outlet melbourneng cobra slithered nearly half a mile away from its original owner, Mike Kennedy, who didn’t r,adidas x yeezy price million and Sanders raising .7 million in Q3. Especially for outsider candidates, these numbers suggest these campaigns have staying power. But fundraising numbers are also evaluated according to expectations. Hillary Clinton, the ultimate insider candidate, still leads the Democratic field with a million Q3 performance, but that’s down 41 percent from the .5 million she raked in in Q2.But here’s the rub: In the past, Q3 fundraising numbers from the year before the election have been awful predictors of a candidate’s staying power. In 2003, Howard Dean raised more than three times the amount the eventual Democratic nominee John Kerry raised; in 2007, Mitt Romugg australia factory outlet melbourneney raised more than three times the amount eventual GOP nominee John McCain did, and Hillary Clinton raised million more than Barack Obama. In 2011, Rick Perry outraised Romney by million. These numbers matter—just ask Scott Walker, one of the first casualties of 2016—but take them with a grain of salt.(International Business Times, Real Clear Politics, NBC News)3. Fundraising: Mega DonorsWith the 2010 Citizens United decision came the rise of the super PAC, funding vehicles that allow mega donors to play an outsized role in campaign financing. In the first six months of 2015, super PACs raised almost 5 million, or nearly double the amount that individual campaigns had ugg australia factory outlet melbourneraised to that point. In particular, the Koch brothers have established a donor network of more than 200 wealthy conservatives that intends to spend 0 million on the presidential and other elections in 2016.Super PACs have raised more than 4 million in support of GOP candidates. That’s 70 percent of the 3 million total donated to GOP campaigns so far. Super PACs have also accounted for about .4 million for Democrats, or 12.7 percent of nearly 7 million. Jeb Bush is leading all candidates in fundraising with 0 million—and more than 90 percent of that is from Super PACs. To this point, Democrats have relied much less on large donors. Clinton has taken in virtuallyugg australia factory outlet melbourne all the Super PAC money for Democrats, but that’s just .1 million of her .1 million total haul. Bernie Sanders has raised more than .1 million to date without a cent from a super PAC. Who else hasn’t accepted super PAC money? Trump, who is bankrolling himself.(The News & Observer, The Guardian, The Washington Post)4. Traditional Media & EndorsementsBut it’s not Trump’s money that’s the source of his popularity—the real currency propelling him to the top of polls is media attention. Trump has drawn 43 percent of all GOP coverage on network news this year. A top Republican pundit estimates the value of that media attention at roughly 0 mugg australia factory outlet melbourneillion—but Trump has only spent million so far. Say what you will about Trump’s investment record, but that’s just good business.Since 1980, the single best predictor for determining who will win a party’s nomination has been political endorsements from party elites. Unsurprisingly, Hillary leads all candidates with 153 endorsements. So far, Jeb Bush has racked up 24 endorsements to lead the GOP; he’s followed by Rand Paul (11), Ted Cruz (8), Mike Huckabee (7) and Chris Christie (7). But given the state of the Republican race so far, it looks like the 2016 election cycle may buck that trend.(MSNBC, FiveThirtyEight)5. Social Media Growth—Especially for tugg australia factory outlet melbournehe OldsEver since Howard Dean’s surprise rise (and fall) in 2004, pundits have been clamoring over the internet’s potential to swing races one way or another. But though Facebook, Twitter and the like have been around for nearly a decade, it’s only recently that they’ve become staples of Americans’ daily lives. In February of 2005, just 8 percent of Americans internet users used social networking sites—by September 2013, that figure had jumped to 73 percent. Older voters—traditionally the bulwark of the voting electorate—have seen the most dramatic increases. In August 2006, about 5 percent of 50-64 year olds logged on to social media, as did jugg australia factory outlet melbourneust 1 percent of people over 65. By September 2013, those figures had jumped to 65 percent and 46 percent, respectively. Since 2010, the share of registered voters who follow political figures on social media has more than doubled.Bottom line? Social media will be more important than ever this election cycle. But we’re still a long ways away from “likes” translating into votes. Otherwise we’d be taking Kanye West’s 2020 presidential announcement much more seriously.(Pew Research Center (a), Pew Research Center (b))A king cobra named Elvis that had been on the loose in Orlando since September 1 was finally found behind a woman’s dryer in Ocoee.The 8-foot lougg australia factory outlet melbourneng cobra slithered nearly half a mile away from its original owner, Mike Kennedy, who didn’t r million and Sanders raising .7 million in Q3. Especially for outsider candidates, these numbers suggest these campaigns have staying power. But fundraising numbers are also evaluated according to expectations. Hillary Clinton, the ultimate insider candidate, still leads the Democratic field with a million Q3 performance, but that’s down 41 percent from the .5 million she raked in in Q2.But here’s the rub: In the past, Q3 fundraising numbers from the year before the election have been awful predictors of a candidate’s staying power. In 2003, Howard Dean raised more than three times the amount the eventual Democratic nominee John Kerry raised; in 2007, Mitt Romugg australia factory outlet melbourneney raised more than three times the amount eventual GOP nominee John McCain did, and Hillary Clinton raised million more than Barack Obama. In 2011, Rick Perry outraised Romney by million. These numbers matter—just ask Scott Walker, one of the first casualties of 2016—but take them with a grain of salt.(International Business Times, Real Clear Politics, NBC News)3. Fundraising: Mega DonorsWith the 2010 Citizens United decision came the rise of the super PAC, funding vehicles that allow mega donors to play an outsized role in campaign financing. In the first six months of 2015, super PACs raised almost 5 million, or nearly double the amount that individual campaigns had ugg australia factory outlet melbourneraised to that point. In particular, the Koch brothers have established a donor network of more than 200 wealthy conservatives that intends to spend 0 million on the presidential and other elections in 2016.Super PACs have raised more than 4 million in support of GOP candidates. That’s 70 percent of the 3 million total donated to GOP campaigns so far. Super PACs have also accounted for about .4 million for Democrats, or 12.7 percent of nearly 7 million. Jeb Bush is leading all candidates in fundraising with 0 million—and more than 90 percent of that is from Super PACs. To this point, Democrats have relied much less on large donors. Clinton has taken in virtuallyugg australia factory outlet melbourne all the Super PAC money for Democrats, but that’s just .1 million of her .1 million total haul. Bernie Sanders has raised more than .1 million to date without a cent from a super PAC. Who else hasn’t accepted super PAC money? Trump, who is bankrolling himself.(The News & Observer, The Guardian, The Washington Post)4. Traditional Media & EndorsementsBut it’s not Trump’s money that’s the source of his popularity—the real currency propelling him to the top of polls is media attention. Trump has drawn 43 percent of all GOP coverage on network news this year. A top Republican pundit estimates the value of that media attention at roughly 0 mugg australia factory outlet melbourneillion—but Trump has only spent million so far. Say what you will about Trump’s investment record, but that’s just good business.Since 1980, the single best predictor for determining who will win a party’s nomination has been political endorsements from party elites. Unsurprisingly, Hillary leads all candidates with 153 endorsements. So far, Jeb Bush has racked up 24 endorsements to lead the GOP; he’s followed by Rand Paul (11), Ted Cruz (8), Mike Huckabee (7) and Chris Christie (7). But given the state of the Republican race so far, it looks like the 2016 election cycle may buck that trend.(MSNBC, FiveThirtyEight)5. Social Media Growth—Especially for tugg australia factory outlet melbournehe OldsEver since Howard Dean’s surprise rise (and fall) in 2004, pundits have been clamoring over the internet’s potential to swing races one way or another. But though Facebook, Twitter and the like have been around for nearly a decade, it’s only recently that they’ve become staples of Americans’ daily lives. In February of 2005, just 8 percent of Americans internet users used social networking sites—by September 2013, that figure had jumped to 73 percent. Older voters—traditionally the bulwark of the voting electorate—have seen the most dramatic increases. In August 2006, about 5 percent of 50-64 year olds logged on to social media, as did jugg australia factory outlet melbourneust 1 percent of people over 65. By September 2013, those figures had jumped to 65 percent and 46 percent, respectively. Since 2010, the share of registered voters who follow political figures on social media has more than doubled.Bottom line? Social media will be more important than ever this election cycle. But we’re still a long ways away from “likes” translating into votes. Otherwise we’d be taking Kanye West’s 2020 presidential announcement much more seriously.(Pew Research Center (a), Pew Research Center (b))A king cobra named Elvis that had been on the loose in Orlando since September 1 was finally found behind a woman’s dryer in Ocoee.The 8-foot lougg australia factory outlet melbourneng cobra slithered nearly half a mile away from its original owner, Mike Kennedy, who didn’t r million and Sanders raising .7 million in Q3. Especially for outsider candidates, these numbers suggest these campaigns have staying power. But fundraising numbers are also evaluated according to expectations. Hillary Clinton, the ultimate insider candidate, still leads the Democratic field with a million Q3 performance, but that’s down 41 percent from the .5 million she raked in in Q2.But here’s the rub: In the past, Q3 fundraising numbers from the year before the election have been awful predictors of a candidate’s staying power. In 2003, Howard Dean raised more than three times the amount the eventual Democratic nominee John Kerry raised; in 2007, Mitt Romugg australia factory outlet melbourneney raised more than three times the amount eventual GOP nominee John McCain did, and Hillary Clinton raised million more than Barack Obama. In 2011, Rick Perry outraised Romney by million. These numbers matter—just ask Scott Walker, one of the first casualties of 2016—but take them with a grain of salt.(International Business Times, Real Clear Politics, NBC News)3. Fundraising: Mega DonorsWith the 2010 Citizens United decision came the rise of the super PAC, funding vehicles that allow mega donors to play an outsized role in campaign financing. In the first six months of 2015, super PACs raised almost 5 million, or nearly double the amount that individual campaigns had ugg australia factory outlet melbourneraised to that point. In particular, the Koch brothers have established a donor network of more than 200 wealthy conservatives that intends to spend 0 million on the presidential and other elections in 2016.Super PACs have raised more than 4 million in support of GOP candidates. That’s 70 percent of the 3 million total donated to GOP campaigns so far. Super PACs have also accounted for about .4 million for Democrats, or 12.7 percent of nearly 7 million. Jeb Bush is leading all candidates in fundraising with 0 million—and more than 90 percent of that is from Super PACs. To this point, Democrats have relied much less on large donors. Clinton has taken in virtuallyugg australia factory outlet melbourne all the Super PAC money for Democrats, but that’s just .1 million of her .1 million total haul. Bernie Sanders has raised more than .1 million to date without a cent from a super PAC. Who else hasn’t accepted super PAC money? Trump, who is bankrolling himself.(The News & Observer, The Guardian, The Washington Post)4. Traditional Media & EndorsementsBut it’s not Trump’s money that’s the source of his popularity—the real currency propelling him to the top of polls is media attention. Trump has drawn 43 percent of all GOP coverage on network news this year. A top Republican pundit estimates the value of that media attention at roughly 0 mugg australia factory outlet melbourneillion—but Trump has only spent million so far. Say what you will about Trump’s investment record, but that’s just good business.Since 1980, the single best predictor for determining who will win a party’s nomination has been political endorsements from party elites. Unsurprisingly, Hillary leads all candidates with 153 endorsements. So far, Jeb Bush has racked up 24 endorsements to lead the GOP; he’s followed by Rand Paul (11), Ted Cruz (8), Mike Huckabee (7) and Chris Christie (7). But given the state of the Republican race so far, it looks like the 2016 election cycle may buck that trend.(MSNBC, FiveThirtyEight)5. Social Media Growth—Especially for tugg australia factory outlet melbournehe OldsEver since Howard Dean’s surprise rise (and fall) in 2004, pundits have been clamoring over the internet’s potential to swing races one way or another. But though Facebook, Twitter and the like have been around for nearly a decade, it’s only recently that they’ve become staples of Americans’ daily lives. In February of 2005, just 8 percent of Americans internet users used social networking sites—by September 2013, that figure had jumped to 73 percent. Older voters—traditionally the bulwark of the voting electorate—have seen the most dramatic increases. In August 2006, about 5 percent of 50-64 year olds logged on to social media, as did jugg australia factory outlet melbourneust 1 percent of people over 65. By September 2013, those figures had jumped to 65 percent and 46 percent, respectively. Since 2010, the share of registered voters who follow political figures on social media has more than doubled.Bottom line? Social media will be more important than ever this election cycle. But we’re still a long ways away from “likes” translating into votes. Otherwise we’d be taking Kanye West’s 2020 presidential announcement much more seriously.(Pew Research Center (a), Pew Research Center (b))A king cobra named Elvis that had been on the loose in Orlando since September 1 was finally found behind a woman’s dryer in Ocoee.The 8-foot lougg australia factory outlet melbourneng cobra slithered nearly half a mile away from its original owner, Mike Kennedy, who didn’t radidas yeezy uk buy online

adidas yeezy 350 boost europe million and Sanders raising .7 million in Q3. Especially for outsider candidates, these numbers suggest these campaigns have staying power. But fundraising numbers are also evaluated according to expectations. Hillary Clinton, the ultimate insider candidate, still leads the Democratic field with a million Q3 performance, but that’s down 41 percent from the .5 million she raked in in Q2.But here’s the rub: In the past, Q3 fundraising numbers from the year before the election have been awful predictors of a candidate’s staying power. In 2003, Howard Dean raised more than three times the amount the eventual Democratic nominee John Kerry raised; in 2007, Mitt Romugg australia factory outlet melbourneney raised more than three times the amount eventual GOP nominee John McCain did, and Hillary Clinton raised million more than Barack Obama. In 2011, Rick Perry outraised Romney by million. These numbers matter—just ask Scott Walker, one of the first casualties of 2016—but take them with a grain of salt.(International Business Times, Real Clear Politics, NBC News)3. Fundraising: Mega DonorsWith the 2010 Citizens United decision came the rise of the super PAC, funding vehicles that allow mega donors to play an outsized role in campaign financing. In the first six months of 2015, super PACs raised almost 5 million, or nearly double the amount that individual campaigns had ugg australia factory outlet melbourneraised to that point. In particular, the Koch brothers have established a donor network of more than 200 wealthy conservatives that intends to spend 0 million on the presidential and other elections in 2016.Super PACs have raised more than 4 million in support of GOP candidates. That’s 70 percent of the 3 million total donated to GOP campaigns so far. Super PACs have also accounted for about .4 million for Democrats, or 12.7 percent of nearly 7 million. Jeb Bush is leading all candidates in fundraising with 0 million—and more than 90 percent of that is from Super PACs. To this point, Democrats have relied much less on large donors. Clinton has taken in virtuallyugg australia factory outlet melbourne all the Super PAC money for Democrats, but that’s just .1 million of her .1 million total haul. Bernie Sanders has raised more than .1 million to date without a cent from a super PAC. Who else hasn’t accepted super PAC money? Trump, who is bankrolling himself.(The News & Observer, The Guardian, The Washington Post)4. Traditional Media & EndorsementsBut it’s not Trump’s money that’s the source of his popularity—the real currency propelling him to the top of polls is media attention. Trump has drawn 43 percent of all GOP coverage on network news this year. A top Republican pundit estimates the value of that media attention at roughly 0 mugg australia factory outlet melbourneillion—but Trump has only spent million so far. Say what you will about Trump’s investment record, but that’s just good business.Since 1980, the single best predictor for determining who will win a party’s nomination has been political endorsements from party elites. Unsurprisingly, Hillary leads all candidates with 153 endorsements. So far, Jeb Bush has racked up 24 endorsements to lead the GOP; he’s followed by Rand Paul (11), Ted Cruz (8), Mike Huckabee (7) and Chris Christie (7). But given the state of the Republican race so far, it looks like the 2016 election cycle may buck that trend.(MSNBC, FiveThirtyEight)5. Social Media Growth—Especially for tugg australia factory outlet melbournehe OldsEver since Howard Dean’s surprise rise (and fall) in 2004, pundits have been clamoring over the internet’s potential to swing races one way or another. But though Facebook, Twitter and the like have been around for nearly a decade, it’s only recently that they’ve become staples of Americans’ daily lives. In February of 2005, just 8 percent of Americans internet users used social networking sites—by September 2013, that figure had jumped to 73 percent. Older voters—traditionally the bulwark of the voting electorate—have seen the most dramatic increases. In August 2006, about 5 percent of 50-64 year olds logged on to social media, as did jugg australia factory outlet melbourneust 1 percent of people over 65. By September 2013, those figures had jumped to 65 percent and 46 percent, respectively. Since 2010, the share of registered voters who follow political figures on social media has more than doubled.Bottom line? Social media will be more important than ever this election cycle. But we’re still a long ways away from “likes” translating into votes. Otherwise we’d be taking Kanye West’s 2020 presidential announcement much more seriously.(Pew Research Center (a), Pew Research Center (b))A king cobra named Elvis that had been on the loose in Orlando since September 1 was finally found behind a woman’s dryer in Ocoee.The 8-foot lougg australia factory outlet melbourneng cobra slithered nearly half a mile away from its original owner, Mike Kennedy, who didn’t r million and Sanders raising .7 million in Q3. Especially for outsider candidates, these numbers suggest these campaigns have staying power. But fundraising numbers are also evaluated according to expectations. Hillary Clinton, the ultimate insider candidate, still leads the Democratic field with a million Q3 performance, but that’s down 41 percent from the .5 million she raked in in Q2.But here’s the rub: In the past, Q3 fundraising numbers from the year before the election have been awful predictors of a candidate’s staying power. In 2003, Howard Dean raised more than three times the amount the eventual Democratic nominee John Kerry raised; in 2007, Mitt Romugg australia factory outlet melbourneney raised more than three times the amount eventual GOP nominee John McCain did, and Hillary Clinton raised million more than Barack Obama. In 2011, Rick Perry outraised Romney by million. These numbers matter—just ask Scott Walker, one of the first casualties of 2016—but take them with a grain of salt.(International Business Times, Real Clear Politics, NBC News)3. Fundraising: Mega DonorsWith the 2010 Citizens United decision came the rise of the super PAC, funding vehicles that allow mega donors to play an outsized role in campaign financing. In the first six months of 2015, super PACs raised almost 5 million, or nearly double the amount that individual campaigns had ugg australia factory outlet melbourneraised to that point. In particular, the Koch brothers have established a donor network of more than 200 wealthy conservatives that intends to spend 0 million on the presidential and other elections in 2016.Super PACs have raised more than 4 million in support of GOP candidates. That’s 70 percent of the 3 million total donated to GOP campaigns so far. Super PACs have also accounted for about .4 million for Democrats, or 12.7 percent of nearly 7 million. Jeb Bush is leading all candidates in fundraising with 0 million—and more than 90 percent of that is from Super PACs. To this point, Democrats have relied much less on large donors. Clinton has taken in virtuallyugg australia factory outlet melbourne all the Super PAC money for Democrats, but that’s just .1 million of her .1 million total haul. Bernie Sanders has raised more than .1 million to date without a cent from a super PAC. Who else hasn’t accepted super PAC money? Trump, who is bankrolling himself.(The News & Observer, The Guardian, The Washington Post)4. Traditional Media & EndorsementsBut it’s not Trump’s money that’s the source of his popularity—the real currency propelling him to the top of polls is media attention. Trump has drawn 43 percent of all GOP coverage on network news this year. A top Republican pundit estimates the value of that media attention at roughly 0 mugg australia factory outlet melbourneillion—but Trump has only spent million so far. Say what you will about Trump’s investment record, but that’s just good business.Since 1980, the single best predictor for determining who will win a party’s nomination has been political endorsements from party elites. Unsurprisingly, Hillary leads all candidates with 153 endorsements. So far, Jeb Bush has racked up 24 endorsements to lead the GOP; he’s followed by Rand Paul (11), Ted Cruz (8), Mike Huckabee (7) and Chris Christie (7). But given the state of the Republican race so far, it looks like the 2016 election cycle may buck that trend.(MSNBC, FiveThirtyEight)5. Social Media Growth—Especially for tugg australia factory outlet melbournehe OldsEver since Howard Dean’s surprise rise (and fall) in 2004, pundits have been clamoring over the internet’s potential to swing races one way or another. But though Facebook, Twitter and the like have been around for nearly a decade, it’s only recently that they’ve become staples of Americans’ daily lives. In February of 2005, just 8 percent of Americans internet users used social networking sites—by September 2013, that figure had jumped to 73 percent. Older voters—traditionally the bulwark of the voting electorate—have seen the most dramatic increases. In August 2006, about 5 percent of 50-64 year olds logged on to social media, as did jugg australia factory outlet melbourneust 1 percent of people over 65. By September 2013, those figures had jumped to 65 percent and 46 percent, respectively. Since 2010, the share of registered voters who follow political figures on social media has more than doubled.Bottom line? Social media will be more important than ever this election cycle. But we’re still a long ways away from “likes” translating into votes. Otherwise we’d be taking Kanye West’s 2020 presidential announcement much more seriously.(Pew Research Center (a), Pew Research Center (b))A king cobra named Elvis that had been on the loose in Orlando since September 1 was finally found behind a woman’s dryer in Ocoee.The 8-foot lougg australia factory outlet melbourneng cobra slithered nearly half a mile away from its original owner, Mike Kennedy, who didn’t r million and Sanders raising .7 million in Q3. Especially for outsider candidates, these numbers suggest these campaigns have staying power. But fundraising numbers are also evaluated according to expectations. Hillary Clinton, the ultimate insider candidate, still leads the Democratic field with a million Q3 performance, but that’s down 41 percent from the .5 million she raked in in Q2.But here’s the rub: In the past, Q3 fundraising numbers from the year before the election have been awful predictors of a candidate’s staying power. In 2003, Howard Dean raised more than three times the amount the eventual Democratic nominee John Kerry raised; in 2007, Mitt Romugg australia factory outlet melbourneney raised more than three times the amount eventual GOP nominee John McCain did, and Hillary Clinton raised million more than Barack Obama. In 2011, Rick Perry outraised Romney by million. These numbers matter—just ask Scott Walker, one of the first casualties of 2016—but take them with a grain of salt.(International Business Times, Real Clear Politics, NBC News)3. Fundraising: Mega DonorsWith the 2010 Citizens United decision came the rise of the super PAC, funding vehicles that allow mega donors to play an outsized role in campaign financing. In the first six months of 2015, super PACs raised almost 5 million, or nearly double the amount that individual campaigns had ugg australia factory outlet melbourneraised to that point. In particular, the Koch brothers have established a donor network of more than 200 wealthy conservatives that intends to spend 0 million on the presidential and other elections in 2016.Super PACs have raised more than 4 million in support of GOP candidates. That’s 70 percent of the 3 million total donated to GOP campaigns so far. Super PACs have also accounted for about .4 million for Democrats, or 12.7 percent of nearly 7 million. Jeb Bush is leading all candidates in fundraising with 0 million—and more than 90 percent of that is from Super PACs. To this point, Democrats have relied much less on large donors. Clinton has taken in virtuallyugg australia factory outlet melbourne all the Super PAC money for Democrats, but that’s just .1 million of her .1 million total haul. Bernie Sanders has raised more than .1 million to date without a cent from a super PAC. Who else hasn’t accepted super PAC money? Trump, who is bankrolling himself.(The News & Observer, The Guardian, The Washington Post)4. Traditional Media & EndorsementsBut it’s not Trump’s money that’s the source of his popularity—the real currency propelling him to the top of polls is media attention. Trump has drawn 43 percent of all GOP coverage on network news this year. A top Republican pundit estimates the value of that media attention at roughly 0 mugg australia factory outlet melbourneillion—but Trump has only spent million so far. Say what you will about Trump’s investment record, but that’s just good business.Since 1980, the single best predictor for determining who will win a party’s nomination has been political endorsements from party elites. Unsurprisingly, Hillary leads all candidates with 153 endorsements. So far, Jeb Bush has racked up 24 endorsements to lead the GOP; he’s followed by Rand Paul (11), Ted Cruz (8), Mike Huckabee (7) and Chris Christie (7). But given the state of the Republican race so far, it looks like the 2016 election cycle may buck that trend.(MSNBC, FiveThirtyEight)5. Social Media Growth—Especially for tugg australia factory outlet melbournehe OldsEver since Howard Dean’s surprise rise (and fall) in 2004, pundits have been clamoring over the internet’s potential to swing races one way or another. But though Facebook, Twitter and the like have been around for nearly a decade, it’s only recently that they’ve become staples of Americans’ daily lives. In February of 2005, just 8 percent of Americans internet users used social networking sites—by September 2013, that figure had jumped to 73 percent. Older voters—traditionally the bulwark of the voting electorate—have seen the most dramatic increases. In August 2006, about 5 percent of 50-64 year olds logged on to social media, as did jugg australia factory outlet melbourneust 1 percent of people over 65. By September 2013, those figures had jumped to 65 percent and 46 percent, respectively. Since 2010, the share of registered voters who follow political figures on social media has more than doubled.Bottom line? Social media will be more important than ever this election cycle. But we’re still a long ways away from “likes” translating into votes. Otherwise we’d be taking Kanye West’s 2020 presidential announcement much more seriously.(Pew Research Center (a), Pew Research Center (b))A king cobra named Elvis that had been on the loose in Orlando since September 1 was finally found behind a woman’s dryer in Ocoee.The 8-foot lougg australia factory outlet melbourneng cobra slithered nearly half a mile away from its original owner, Mike Kennedy, who didn’t r,yeezy 350 9.5 million and Sanders raising .7 million in Q3. Especially for outsider candidates, these numbers suggest these campaigns have staying power. But fundraising numbers are also evaluated according to expectations. Hillary Clinton, the ultimate insider candidate, still leads the Democratic field with a million Q3 performance, but that’s down 41 percent from the .5 million she raked in in Q2.But here’s the rub: In the past, Q3 fundraising numbers from the year before the election have been awful predictors of a candidate’s staying power. In 2003, Howard Dean raised more than three times the amount the eventual Democratic nominee John Kerry raised; in 2007, Mitt Romugg australia factory outlet melbourneney raised more than three times the amount eventual GOP nominee John McCain did, and Hillary Clinton raised million more than Barack Obama. In 2011, Rick Perry outraised Romney by million. These numbers matter—just ask Scott Walker, one of the first casualties of 2016—but take them with a grain of salt.(International Business Times, Real Clear Politics, NBC News)3. Fundraising: Mega DonorsWith the 2010 Citizens United decision came the rise of the super PAC, funding vehicles that allow mega donors to play an outsized role in campaign financing. In the first six months of 2015, super PACs raised almost 5 million, or nearly double the amount that individual campaigns had ugg australia factory outlet melbourneraised to that point. In particular, the Koch brothers have established a donor network of more than 200 wealthy conservatives that intends to spend 0 million on the presidential and other elections in 2016.Super PACs have raised more than 4 million in support of GOP candidates. That’s 70 percent of the 3 million total donated to GOP campaigns so far. Super PACs have also accounted for about .4 million for Democrats, or 12.7 percent of nearly 7 million. Jeb Bush is leading all candidates in fundraising with 0 million—and more than 90 percent of that is from Super PACs. To this point, Democrats have relied much less on large donors. Clinton has taken in virtuallyugg australia factory outlet melbourne all the Super PAC money for Democrats, but that’s just .1 million of her .1 million total haul. Bernie Sanders has raised more than .1 million to date without a cent from a super PAC. Who else hasn’t accepted super PAC money? Trump, who is bankrolling himself.(The News & Observer, The Guardian, The Washington Post)4. Traditional Media & EndorsementsBut it’s not Trump’s money that’s the source of his popularity—the real currency propelling him to the top of polls is media attention. Trump has drawn 43 percent of all GOP coverage on network news this year. A top Republican pundit estimates the value of that media attention at roughly 0 mugg australia factory outlet melbourneillion—but Trump has only spent million so far. Say what you will about Trump’s investment record, but that’s just good business.Since 1980, the single best predictor for determining who will win a party’s nomination has been political endorsements from party elites. Unsurprisingly, Hillary leads all candidates with 153 endorsements. So far, Jeb Bush has racked up 24 endorsements to lead the GOP; he’s followed by Rand Paul (11), Ted Cruz (8), Mike Huckabee (7) and Chris Christie (7). But given the state of the Republican race so far, it looks like the 2016 election cycle may buck that trend.(MSNBC, FiveThirtyEight)5. Social Media Growth—Especially for tugg australia factory outlet melbournehe OldsEver since Howard Dean’s surprise rise (and fall) in 2004, pundits have been clamoring over the internet’s potential to swing races one way or another. But though Facebook, Twitter and the like have been around for nearly a decade, it’s only recently that they’ve become staples of Americans’ daily lives. In February of 2005, just 8 percent of Americans internet users used social networking sites—by September 2013, that figure had jumped to 73 percent. Older voters—traditionally the bulwark of the voting electorate—have seen the most dramatic increases. In August 2006, about 5 percent of 50-64 year olds logged on to social media, as did jugg australia factory outlet melbourneust 1 percent of people over 65. By September 2013, those figures had jumped to 65 percent and 46 percent, respectively. Since 2010, the share of registered voters who follow political figures on social media has more than doubled.Bottom line? Social media will be more important than ever this election cycle. But we’re still a long ways away from “likes” translating into votes. Otherwise we’d be taking Kanye West’s 2020 presidential announcement much more seriously.(Pew Research Center (a), Pew Research Center (b))A king cobra named Elvis that had been on the loose in Orlando since September 1 was finally found behind a woman’s dryer in Ocoee.The 8-foot lougg australia factory outlet melbourneng cobra slithered nearly half a mile away from its original owner, Mike Kennedy, who didn’t r million and Sanders raising .7 million in Q3. Especially for outsider candidates, these numbers suggest these campaigns have staying power. But fundraising numbers are also evaluated according to expectations. Hillary Clinton, the ultimate insider candidate, still leads the Democratic field with a million Q3 performance, but that’s down 41 percent from the .5 million she raked in in Q2.But here’s the rub: In the past, Q3 fundraising numbers from the year before the election have been awful predictors of a candidate’s staying power. In 2003, Howard Dean raised more than three times the amount the eventual Democratic nominee John Kerry raised; in 2007, Mitt Romugg australia factory outlet melbourneney raised more than three times the amount eventual GOP nominee John McCain did, and Hillary Clinton raised million more than Barack Obama. In 2011, Rick Perry outraised Romney by million. These numbers matter—just ask Scott Walker, one of the first casualties of 2016—but take them with a grain of salt.(International Business Times, Real Clear Politics, NBC News)3. Fundraising: Mega DonorsWith the 2010 Citizens United decision came the rise of the super PAC, funding vehicles that allow mega donors to play an outsized role in campaign financing. In the first six months of 2015, super PACs raised almost 5 million, or nearly double the amount that individual campaigns had ugg australia factory outlet melbourneraised to that point. In particular, the Koch brothers have established a donor network of more than 200 wealthy conservatives that intends to spend 0 million on the presidential and other elections in 2016.Super PACs have raised more than 4 million in support of GOP candidates. That’s 70 percent of the 3 million total donated to GOP campaigns so far. Super PACs have also accounted for about .4 million for Democrats, or 12.7 percent of nearly 7 million. Jeb Bush is leading all candidates in fundraising with 0 million—and more than 90 percent of that is from Super PACs. To this point, Democrats have relied much less on large donors. Clinton has taken in virtuallyugg australia factory outlet melbourne all the Super PAC money for Democrats, but that’s just .1 million of her .1 million total haul. Bernie Sanders has raised more than .1 million to date without a cent from a super PAC. Who else hasn’t accepted super PAC money? Trump, who is bankrolling himself.(The News & Observer, The Guardian, The Washington Post)4. Traditional Media & EndorsementsBut it’s not Trump’s money that’s the source of his popularity—the real currency propelling him to the top of polls is media attention. Trump has drawn 43 percent of all GOP coverage on network news this year. A top Republican pundit estimates the value of that media attention at roughly 0 mugg australia factory outlet melbourneillion—but Trump has only spent million so far. Say what you will about Trump’s investment record, but that’s just good business.Since 1980, the single best predictor for determining who will win a party’s nomination has been political endorsements from party elites. Unsurprisingly, Hillary leads all candidates with 153 endorsements. So far, Jeb Bush has racked up 24 endorsements to lead the GOP; he’s followed by Rand Paul (11), Ted Cruz (8), Mike Huckabee (7) and Chris Christie (7). But given the state of the Republican race so far, it looks like the 2016 election cycle may buck that trend.(MSNBC, FiveThirtyEight)5. Social Media Growth—Especially for tugg australia factory outlet melbournehe OldsEver since Howard Dean’s surprise rise (and fall) in 2004, pundits have been clamoring over the internet’s potential to swing races one way or another. But though Facebook, Twitter and the like have been around for nearly a decade, it’s only recently that they’ve become staples of Americans’ daily lives. In February of 2005, just 8 percent of Americans internet users used social networking sites—by September 2013, that figure had jumped to 73 percent. Older voters—traditionally the bulwark of the voting electorate—have seen the most dramatic increases. In August 2006, about 5 percent of 50-64 year olds logged on to social media, as did jugg australia factory outlet melbourneust 1 percent of people over 65. By September 2013, those figures had jumped to 65 percent and 46 percent, respectively. Since 2010, the share of registered voters who follow political figures on social media has more than doubled.Bottom line? Social media will be more important than ever this election cycle. But we’re still a long ways away from “likes” translating into votes. Otherwise we’d be taking Kanye West’s 2020 presidential announcement much more seriously.(Pew Research Center (a), Pew Research Center (b))A king cobra named Elvis that had been on the loose in Orlando since September 1 was finally found behind a woman’s dryer in Ocoee.The 8-foot lougg australia factory outlet melbourneng cobra slithered nearly half a mile away from its original owner, Mike Kennedy, who didn’t r million and Sanders raising .7 million in Q3. Especially for outsider candidates, these numbers suggest these campaigns have staying power. But fundraising numbers are also evaluated according to expectations. Hillary Clinton, the ultimate insider candidate, still leads the Democratic field with a million Q3 performance, but that’s down 41 percent from the .5 million she raked in in Q2.But here’s the rub: In the past, Q3 fundraising numbers from the year before the election have been awful predictors of a candidate’s staying power. In 2003, Howard Dean raised more than three times the amount the eventual Democratic nominee John Kerry raised; in 2007, Mitt Romugg australia factory outlet melbourneney raised more than three times the amount eventual GOP nominee John McCain did, and Hillary Clinton raised million more than Barack Obama. In 2011, Rick Perry outraised Romney by million. These numbers matter—just ask Scott Walker, one of the first casualties of 2016—but take them with a grain of salt.(International Business Times, Real Clear Politics, NBC News)3. Fundraising: Mega DonorsWith the 2010 Citizens United decision came the rise of the super PAC, funding vehicles that allow mega donors to play an outsized role in campaign financing. In the first six months of 2015, super PACs raised almost 5 million, or nearly double the amount that individual campaigns had ugg australia factory outlet melbourneraised to that point. In particular, the Koch brothers have established a donor network of more than 200 wealthy conservatives that intends to spend 0 million on the presidential and other elections in 2016.Super PACs have raised more than 4 million in support of GOP candidates. That’s 70 percent of the 3 million total donated to GOP campaigns so far. Super PACs have also accounted for about .4 million for Democrats, or 12.7 percent of nearly 7 million. Jeb Bush is leading all candidates in fundraising with 0 million—and more than 90 percent of that is from Super PACs. To this point, Democrats have relied much less on large donors. Clinton has taken in virtuallyugg australia factory outlet melbourne all the Super PAC money for Democrats, but that’s just .1 million of her .1 million total haul. Bernie Sanders has raised more than .1 million to date without a cent from a super PAC. Who else hasn’t accepted super PAC money? Trump, who is bankrolling himself.(The News & Observer, The Guardian, The Washington Post)4. Traditional Media & EndorsementsBut it’s not Trump’s money that’s the source of his popularity—the real currency propelling him to the top of polls is media attention. Trump has drawn 43 percent of all GOP coverage on network news this year. A top Republican pundit estimates the value of that media attention at roughly 0 mugg australia factory outlet melbourneillion—but Trump has only spent million so far. Say what you will about Trump’s investment record, but that’s just good business.Since 1980, the single best predictor for determining who will win a party’s nomination has been political endorsements from party elites. Unsurprisingly, Hillary leads all candidates with 153 endorsements. So far, Jeb Bush has racked up 24 endorsements to lead the GOP; he’s followed by Rand Paul (11), Ted Cruz (8), Mike Huckabee (7) and Chris Christie (7). But given the state of the Republican race so far, it looks like the 2016 election cycle may buck that trend.(MSNBC, FiveThirtyEight)5. Social Media Growth—Especially for tugg australia factory outlet melbournehe OldsEver since Howard Dean’s surprise rise (and fall) in 2004, pundits have been clamoring over the internet’s potential to swing races one way or another. But though Facebook, Twitter and the like have been around for nearly a decade, it’s only recently that they’ve become staples of Americans’ daily lives. In February of 2005, just 8 percent of Americans internet users used social networking sites—by September 2013, that figure had jumped to 73 percent. Older voters—traditionally the bulwark of the voting electorate—have seen the most dramatic increases. In August 2006, about 5 percent of 50-64 year olds logged on to social media, as did jugg australia factory outlet melbourneust 1 percent of people over 65. By September 2013, those figures had jumped to 65 percent and 46 percent, respectively. Since 2010, the share of registered voters who follow political figures on social media has more than doubled.Bottom line? Social media will be more important than ever this election cycle. But we’re still a long ways away from “likes” translating into votes. Otherwise we’d be taking Kanye West’s 2020 presidential announcement much more seriously.(Pew Research Center (a), Pew Research Center (b))A king cobra named Elvis that had been on the loose in Orlando since September 1 was finally found behind a woman’s dryer in Ocoee.The 8-foot lougg australia factory outlet melbourneng cobra slithered nearly half a mile away from its original owner, Mike Kennedy, who didn’t radidas yeezy boost 8.5



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