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Hunter Schwarz covers politics for the Deseret News National team. He writes the visual politics newsletter Yello and previously worked at CNN, Independent Journal Review, The Washington Post and BuzzFeed. He graduated from Brigham Young University in communications. His interests include art, design, pop music, hiking and weightlifting.

The political stakes of school mask mandates

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A pandemic, a court ruling and a fancy dinner: A look at California’s wild recall election

Republican voters are more likely to go to the polls than Democrats to choose among 46 candidates vying to topple Democratic incumbent Gov. Gavin Newsom and take over the governor’s mansion for just one year before the next election.

The 2 Republicans on the Jan. 6 committee called out the GOP. Here’s what they said

How China became politicians’ favorite foreign threat

The Republican approach to the 2020 election is becoming increasingly untenable

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What Facebook ads by GOP candidates can tell us about 2022’s political hot topics

Republicans running in 2022 are emphasizing their ties to Trump and criticizing Big Tech, Fauci and Democrats’ "socialist agenda" and immigration.

How #FreeBritney turned into a bipartisan political movement

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What are the potential 2024 Republican presidential candidates up to?

The way-too-early race for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination has entered a new phase.

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A way too early guide to the 2024 Republican primary and presidential election

The "invisible primary" is underway and here’s a list of potential contenders, based on early polling and interviews with Republican donors and strategists.

Why the Supreme Court upheld Arizona’s voting restrictions