Items Tagged with '2016 race'

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  • Here's the housing story (or lack thereof) of the 2016 election

    How housing didn't matter in this campaign
    Well America, we made it. We survived the most ridiculous, insane, over-the-top, depressing, and ultimately underwhelming campaign in modern political history and we made it. It’s #ElectionDay. So considering that we focus on housing here at HousingWire (hence the name), we felt it important to look at how housing mattered (actually it didn’t) in this election cycle.
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  • Tim Kaine: Here's how Hillary Clinton will ensure fair housing for all

    Democratic vice presidential nominee pens op-ed for CNN on housing plans
    The Democratic vice presidential nominee, Sen. Tim Kaine, D-Virginia, spent much of his pre-politics career as a fair housing attorney, spending nearly 20 years fighting for fair housing, and it looks like he plans to continue that fight if he becomes vice president. Here, in Kaine's own words, is the Democrats' plan to ensure fair housing for all.
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  • Donald Trump talks housing (and everything else) in speech to homebuilders

    Republican nominee plays to the crowd, touches on housing and homebuilding
    Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump spoke Thursday to the National Association of Home Builders. And in a wide-ranging speech that touched on the Iraq War, the current political climate in the Middle East, and much more, Trump doubled down on his claim that Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and President Obama are the "founders of ISIS." He even managed to mix in some housing talk as well.
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  • Sen. Corker pulls name from Trump VP shortlist

    Leading Congressional voice on housing reform won't join presidential race
    One of the leading voices in Congress on housing finance reform will not be lending his voice to the coming presidential race, at least not in an official capacity, as Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tenn, announced Wednesday that he is removing himself from consideration to serve as the vice presidential candidate under presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump.
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  • Hillary Clinton ad uses housing crisis to smear Donald Trump

    New ad uses Trump's words against him
    While former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton may be the frontrunner for the Democratic nomination for president, she's not the official nominee yet. But that’s not stopping Clinton from attacking the presumptive Republican nominee and attempting to use Donald Trump's seemingly crass prediction about the housing crisis against him.
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  • Housing experts fear impact of Trump, Sanders presidency

    Zillow survey shows experts bullish on Clinton; not so much on Trump, Sanders
    Regardless of who wins in November, whether its presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, or Sen. Bernie Sanders, the next president will have an impact on housing. But just what kind of impact? According to a new Zillow survey, housing experts are concerned more by the prospect of a President Trump or a President Sanders.
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  • Bernie Sanders hints at Elizabeth Warren as potential VP

    Doomsday scenario for Wall Street?
    While the presidential campaign of Bernie Sanders may be facing some mounting odds, Sanders is still a viable and active candidate, and still has at least a theoretical chance of winning in November. And while his odds may be long, that isn't stopping Sanders from floating a name of a potential running mate that would send a serious shiver down the collective spine of Wall Street – Elizabeth Warren.
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  • Trump: If I win, Yellen's days at the Fed will be numbered

    Republican frontrunner tells Fortune he'd replace Fed Chair
    If Republican frontrunner Donald Trump secures a victory in November’s election and is sworn in on Jan. 20, 2017 as this country's next president, Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen may shortly find herself out of a job.
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  • Bernie Sanders announces sweeping housing agenda

    Wants expansion of HUD programs, credit score reform, 'reinvigoration' of HARP
    Say what you will about the Democratic candidates for president (and many do, often with good reason), but at least they are talking housing in 2016. Earlier this year, Hillary Clinton released her full economic agenda, which included several major housing reforms. Now, Bernie Sanders is joining Clinton in releasing his own housing agenda, which includes expanding HUD programs, reforming credit scoring and other proposals.
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  • Hillary Clinton says she’d let big banks fail

    Tells Stephen Colbert that as president, she wouldn’t bail out Wall Street
    Over the last few months, Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton has gone out of her way to position herself as a non-supporter of the country’s biggest banks, perhaps as part of a plan to woo those on the left who would rather see Senator Elizabeth Warren running in Clinton’s place. Clinton took it to another level in an appearance on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert."
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