Sep 18, 2015

As Republican political outsiders thrive, Lessig can’t get his name on polls - Political Monitor

All together, Republican outsiders Donald Trump, Ben Carson and Carly Fiorina have enthralled a majority of New Hampshire GOP voters, according to their showing in the polls. On the other side of the ticket, Democrats could have an outsider, too, in Harvard professor Lawrence Lessig, if only he could get mentioned in national polls. Speaking at New England College on Thursday in his first local...

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