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Donald Trump in Ohio

Once Solid Trump Country, Ohio Now Exhibiting Buyer’s Remorse

by Dudley Althaus | Sep 18, 2020 | Election 2020, Politics

…ind. . . . You can stand up.” As a staff correspondent for the Houston Chronicle, The Wall Street Journal, and other newspapers, Dudley Althaus has spent his career reporting on politics and other issues in Texas, the U.S.-Mexico border, and across La…

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San Antonio Riverwalk

Texas Relaxes Restrictions as Virus Marches Across the State

by Dudley Althaus | May 1, 2020 | Coronavirus, Politics

…s Trump.” And God help Texas. As a staff correspondent for the Houston Chronicle, The Wall Street Journal, and other newspapers, Dudley Althaus has spent his career reporting on politics and other issues in Texas, the U.S.-Mexico border, and across La…

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Trump Ohio

Ohio Voters Gave Trump an Eight-Point Margin in the Last Election. What Will They Do in 2020?

by Dudley Althaus | Nov 2, 2019 | Election 2020

…ll Street Journal, and other newspapers, Dudley Althaus has spent his career reporting on politics and other issues in Texas, the U.S.-Mexico border, and across Latin America. This article is the first in a series of reports from battleground states u…

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A Contested Border

From El Paso to Matamoros, Stories of Conflict and Identity

by Dudley Althaus, Cecilia Balli, Alfredo Corchado, and Angela Kocherga | Aug 14, 2019 | Immigration, Race

…formation, they believe the fabrication. Dudley Althaus: That scenario has occurred before. Ronald Reagan famously said in the ’80s, when he was defending the Contras, that the Sandinista Army was two days’ drive from Brownsville, Texas. I was in Brow…

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