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National Politics

Recapping Tuesday's Historic Primary Election

Hillary Clinton made history as the first woman to be a presumptive presidential nominee for a major party.
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Hillary Clinton made history as the first woman to be a presumptive presidential nominee for a major party.

Hillary Clinton made history as the first woman to be a presumptive presidential nominee for a major party, but Bernie Sanders vows to march on to the convention. 

Political analyst Dr. Chris Whitt joins us to talk about the significance of Hillary Clinton's accomplishment and comment on former Iowa Lt. Governor Patty Judge's primary victory to become Senator Chuck Grassley's challenger in the fall.

  

You can also stream the Facebook Live video of our discussion.

Every other Friday or so from now until the November election, we'll talk with Whitt about the national, statewide and local races from a Quad Cities perspective. You can hear all our conversations here.

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