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Donald Trump is not going to fade away in 2021 or even in 2022. In fact, expect Donald Trump to leverage influence in the GOP for years to come. Experts lay out how Donald Trump can influence the Republican Party through his impeachment and beyond.

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Following an election loss, every party will face an internal debate about what to do next. For the Republican Party, those questions are going to be complicated. Which lawmakers are likely to emerge as leaders from the controversy of recent weeks? Can we expect more bipartisan measures?

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OPINION: Is a new Republican Party needed now, in the wake of the riot inside Congress on Jan 6. and Donald Trump's departure from office? One of our letter writers thinks so. Read that and more in this Letters to the Editor

Education
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State Senate President Steve Sweeney, D-Salem, Gloucester, Cumberland, joined colleagues across the aisle this week to urge the governor to allow high school seniors to graduate in person this spring despite social distancing regulations in place due to COVID-19.

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The U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate elections are still scheduled to take place in November. A look at what races are the most important and where the Democratic and Republican Parties are putting their resources.

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Political conventions were still held during the Civil War and WW2 but can they be held during the coronavirus pandemic? Organizers and politicians are adapting to the challenges faced by the coronavirus pandemic. GOP Strategist, Matt Klink weighs in on how political conventions may adapt to social distancing measures and the impact that it will have on both parties.

Politics
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Atlantic County Republicans have canceled their annual convention, and some 2nd District congressional candidates are ending in-person events due to concerns about COVID-19, as Trenton lawmakers prepare to pass bills to mitigate the crisis.

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TRENTON — Atlantic City got a rare positive mention from the governor during his State of the State address Tuesday, prompting bipartisan applause from the entire Legislature and a standing ovation for the executive overseeing New Jersey’s efforts.

Politics
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Republicans believe they have a good shot at unseating U.S. Rep. Jeff Van Drew, D-2nd, next year, after defeating Democratic state Senate and Assembly incumbents in the 1st Legislative District and almost defeating incumbents in the 2nd District.

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State Sen. Bob Andrzejczak, D-Cape May, Cumberland, Atlantic, has a 14-point lead over Republican challenger Mike Testa in the 1st Legislative District race, but his running mates are in a tight race for their Assembly seats, according to a Stockton University poll released Thursday.

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