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Situational awareness: Former Vice President Joe Biden said at a campaign stop in New Hampshire that he would consider choosing a Republican running mate if he wins the nomination, but that he "can't think of one right now."
America's great population changes are set to reduce the power of blue states in Congress, Axios' Stef Kight reports.
Why it matters: This emphasizes the importance of an accurate 2020 census.
What to watch: Demographics are shifting in states like Florida, Texas and Arizona, which have seen an influx of Latinos who tend to skew more Democratic and are more likely to be undercounted by the census, Brookings Institution's William Frey told Axios.
The big picture: Total population growth in the U.S. reached its lowest point since 1918, Stef notes.
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Sen. Bernie Sanders uses a torch to light a menorah during a lighting event at the Chanukah on Ice campaign event in Des Moines.
America's most admired has resulted in a tie, according to the 2019 Gallup poll.