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Ever since we launched Prime six years ago, we’ve had a small but not insubstantial number of members who’ve written in saying some version of this: “Why can’t I pay more?” This is a counterintuitive request and challenges a lot of conventional price theory. But we get it. (And we are committed to fulfilling this demand!) Many TPM Readers see us as more than just a news site and our relationship as more than merely a transactional one. Readers want to support our work and many have the means to do so.

November is Coming

In a few months we may have access to the President’s tax returns, which will likely shed a great deal of light on his foreign policy decisions.

A Showdown Over the Right to Vote

With news that gubernatorial candidate and Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp is currently blocking 53,000 predominantly African-American voters from voting in this election, Cam Joseph’s report on this critical and historic showdown over voting rights is even more of a must-read.

Sate Your Polling Obsession

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Today’s Agenda: On The Campaign Trail
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Our correspondent Cameron Joseph is reporting from Indiana and Illinois, where two key races are playing out. Here’s more on those stories and others we’re following.

Is This Why Khashoggi Died?

Is this the story? There is a lot that is hard to figure about the apparent killing of Jamal Khashoggi. But one of the biggest for me is, why? He was a critic and a dissident. But he actually didn’t oppose the regime itself. He wasn’t calling for a change of government. He even supported a number of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s initiatives. Consolidating autocrats don’t like critics, period. But still it doesn’t quite fit. If Khashoggi died as described, it was an incredibly high stakes and visible move to silence someone who just doesn’t seem to have been that much of a threat.

I Need To Talk to Jared!
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As we learn more about the apparent extra-judicial killing of Saudi exile Jamal Khashoggi, many of the articles we learn from have hints and details about what I believe is a key and perhaps the key part of this story: the relationship between Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (MBS) and Jared Kushner and, more broadly, the corrupt financial ties between the Saudi leadership and the Trump family.

Join Us for Our Inside Briefing with Nate Silver
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Next Wednesday at 12:30 eastern we are holding our third Inside Briefing, which is open to all Prime members. This time we’re joined by Nate Silver of 538. We’ll talk about polls, probabilities, methodologies and of course what races are the ones to be watching in these final weeks. And you can ask your own questions.

Redistricting experts say that retaking the governor’s mansion represents Dems’ best opportunity to have a voice in the once-a-decade redistricting process that rolls around in 2021—and block the GOP from locking in majorities for another 10 years.

Census Citizenship Question

Ross’ admission is contrary to previous testimony he gave to Congress in which he said he was not aware of being contacted by anyone in the White House about adding a citizenship question.

The chaotic Kansas gubernatorial primaries saw a GOP race that came down to just dozens of votes and a push to boot the independent nominee from the ballot. When the dust finally settled in late August, three major candidates had emerged for November’s five-person contest: Republican Secretary of State Kris Kobach, Democratic state Sen. Laura Kelly, and Independent Greg Orman.

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Ep. #38: TPM Reporters Take You Inside The Manafort Legal Saga
Ep. #38: TPM Reporters Take You Inside The Manafort Legal Saga
TPM’s own Tierney Sneed and Caitlin MacNeal have been covering Paul Manafort’s legal woes for months. On this week’s episode, they share what it was like to cov...
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