The 2018 New York primary is on the horizon, and it’s shaping up to be a close race.
We’re going to see if the candidates will take the opportunity to talk about the issues and the future of our country.
But first we have to get into the race.
This is the time for candidates to take a page from Trump’s playbook and go after the establishment in New Hampshire, which is why we’re bringing you the next installment of the Fox News Battleground Tracker.
If you haven’t yet, go check it out here.
But if you haven.
This election cycle, Donald Trump has dominated the airwaves and has dominated all of New Hampshire.
It’s a fact.
And he is making sure that people understand it.
The reality TV star has won the GOP nomination, and the establishment candidate is on a roll.
But that’s just the beginning.
The real estate mogul has the most delegates in the race, and he’s in a position to claim the Republican nomination.
We’ll be tracking all of the race’s action.
Trump and his supporters have seized on every opportunity to attack the establishment.
But the Democratic candidates have been trying to play defense and defend the establishment as well.
Hillary Clinton is a well-known opponent of the establishment, but she is fighting hard to stay in the picture, while Bernie Sanders is trying to keep his opponents out of the nomination race.
That’s the way things are in the Republican primary, too.
The Trump campaign is pushing its message of “Make America Great Again.”
Hillary Clinton’s campaign is trying its best to keep the Democrats in the dark about Trump’s views on the economy and trade.
But they both have a lot of money, so their message will be harder to stop.
The Democratic candidates are trying to take the lead in the fight against Trump, and both have their own messages and messaging strategies to make sure that voters know who is the true conservative.
And both candidates are targeting Trump’s supporters, trying to make him a focus of the primary campaign.
Hillary’s message will focus on Trump’s “America First” policies.
She wants to make the U.S. great again by creating a more prosperous and strong country.
She will fight to make American great again.
She’s going to make America great again, and she wants to be the best president for America.
She believes in a free market economy, and will work to make that happen.
She has been a consistent advocate of free trade and strong trade agreements, and wants to do what’s right for America’s workers.
Bernie Sanders will focus his message on his “Stronger Together” message.
He wants to create a more diverse, inclusive America that is open for everyone, and that’s why he will be fighting to make New Hampshire more diverse and open to everyone.
Both of them are going to be focused on helping working families and the middle class, but they will also be focusing on making sure everyone has a fair shot to succeed.
So, how can you make sure you’re watching all of this?
Watch this space for all the details.
If there is a specific message that you want to hear on CNN or MSNBC, we encourage you to go to their websites and find it.
In the meantime, the race for the Republican presidential nomination is heating up.
The candidates are going toe-to-toe in every corner of New York state, and they’re going into their final debates before the New Hampshire primary.
This week’s CNN/WMUR/WMNS poll shows the race between Donald Trump and Ted Cruz at an all-time high, with Ted leading Trump by 12 points and Marco Rubio ahead by seven points.
But what about the race in New York?
We asked CNN/ORC International and Fox News if they had seen any recent polls that showed Trump leading Cruz or Rubio.
The first three were “none” — “not yet.”
But we got back a response from Fox News.
They were not yet seeing any polling showing either candidate leading.
So they have not seen any real momentum.
But it’s not all bad news.
They also have some polls showing Trump leading in some key swing states like Ohio, Florida, Pennsylvania, Nevada, North Carolina, and Iowa.
The GOP field in Ohio is shaping up pretty good.
But Rubio and Trump are still in a virtual dead heat.
And Cruz is looking better.
That could change in the coming days, but until then, keep watching and checking out the race from the top of your TV set.
And remember, the New York presidential primary is April 19, so you might want to get out there and vote early.
You don’t want to miss this.