John P. Tuman In The News

Profile: John P. Tuman

Swiss Public Radio (SRF)
November 2, 2016
Each and every sixth American has roots in Latin America. In some important swing states, such as Florida, Colorado, Arizona and Nevada, the votes of Latinos could make the difference. The report from Nevada.
Dagens Industri
October 26, 2016
Most opinion polls show that Hillary Clinton is heading towards a clear victory in the US presidential election. But there is a great concern that the measurements do not show an accurate picture.
Dagbladet
October 25, 2016
Ahead of last week's presidential debate came Donald Trump with strong accusations that the presidential election is rigged against him by the media and the political elite. It is not the first time Trump has said it, but he has been increasingly loudly the last week.
October 24, 2016
Donald Trump has changed his tune. After telling the moderator at the final primary debate that he would keep the suspense on whether he would accept an adverse verdict after the elections, he toned down and said that he would be happy with the result -- be it win, lose or draw. At a campaign in North Carolina, one of the crucial swing states, Trump said he was giving his best and did not want to have any regrets.
The Young Turks
October 21, 2016
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Wired
October 21, 2016
THIS ELECTION CYCLE has seen so many terrifying moments—the violent Trump rally in Chicago, the recent firebombing of a Republican field office in North Carolina, the Russian-sponsored hack of the Democratic National Committee. But none of these is quite as scary as the fact that during the third and final debate Wednesday night, Donald Trump refused to say whether he would accept the results of November’s election.
MO4CH News
October 21, 2016
Choosing Las Vegas to host the third and final US presidential debate on Wednesday is significant as the city is located in a multi-cultural swing state, which will put immigration into the spotlight. Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton will need to sway public opinion in swing or battleground states like Nevada, which has a 27 percent Latino population and other sizeable minorities, in order to tip the scales in their favour come November 8, analysts suggest.
October 20, 2016
It was here in Las Vegas on Wednesday night that the two presidential candidates placed their final bets — to use a classic, if worn, Sin City metaphor. The third presidential debate at UNLV’s Thomas & Mack Center brought Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump face to face for the last time before Election Day. But it was a full circle of sorts for the candidates, who both secured key victories early this year in Nevada’s caucuses, helping them ultimately secure the presidential nominations and bringing them to the cusp of the presidency.