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Surrogates and supporters break down head-to-head general election matchups for the remaining presidential candidates




With only three candidates remaining in the 2016 presidential race, we want to take a look at the possible head-to-head matchups we could see this fall in November’s general election.
With only three candidates remaining in the 2016 presidential race, we want to take a look at the possible head-to-head matchups we could see this fall in November’s general election.
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And then there were three.

Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, and Bernie Sanders are all that remains from the big candidate fields that began election season. While Donald Trump is the presumptive GOP nominee, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are still fighting it out on the Democratic side.

Senator Sanders has said that he knows the road to the nomination is narrow, but he feels good about his chances to win in upcoming states.

What would a Trump vs. Clinton election look like? What about a Trump vs. Sanders election? How would the candidates strategize for themselves and against their opponent?

Guests:

Jeffrey Lord, a contributing editor to The American Spectator, a former aide to Ronald Reagan and author of "What America Needs: The Case for Trump" (Regnery Publishing, 2016)

Nomiki Konst, Sanders campaign surrogate, political analyst, and founder/executive director of The Accountability Project; she tweets from @NomikiKonst

Ed Espinoza, director of Progress Texas, a political communications firm based in Austin, TX. Former Western States Director for the Democratic National Committee in California and a superdelegate in 2008