For those Keeping Track

Ruth Bader Ginsburg is dead.

Now, the abortion platform for President Trump’s 2020 run:

Six candidates are declared the best choice for the Democratic nomination: @JCoversteen, @JesseJackson, @MaryPatriciaBKyl, @DinahLowry, @GraceLeeCraig, @ChrisEvans22 and my brother @Pollsinger.

Here are some general election results where the Democratic nominee will lose most areas of the country.

Women, voters older than 65 and moderates (who could represent future presidential runs in purple and blue states).

In Iowa, Trump’s first national win for a Republican president.

In South Carolina, Trump’s biggest national win for a Republican president.

In Nevada, Trump’s biggest national win for a Republican president.

In Ohio, Trump’s biggest national win for a Republican president.

In Pennsylvania, Trump’s biggest national win for a Republican president.

In Texas, Trump’s biggest national win for a Republican president.

In Tennessee, Trump’s biggest national win for a Republican president.

In Florida, Trump’s biggest national win for a Republican president.

In Indiana, Trump’s biggest national win for a Republican president.

In New Jersey, Trump’s biggest national win for a Republican president.

In Vermont, Trump’s biggest national win for a Republican president.

In New Hampshire, Trump’s biggest national win for a Republican president.

“I think we’re going to win a few states” by being conservative, Reince Priebus tells CNN’s Jake Tapper.

American Crossroads, which employs forces in 10 states, has set up a super PAC, American Crossroads Action Fund, to compete for centrist Republicans who want to keep control of the House.

Mike Crapo of Idaho, the minority whip in the U.S. House, says it is the most he has ever seen from Democrats in the late stages of a campaign.

Early primary states Indiana, Nebraska, Montana, South Dakota, Nevada, Arizona, Tennessee, Oregon, Vermont, Oklahoma, and Vermont will hold primaries on Thursday to select their delegates in states like New Hampshire, Nevada, Ohio, Minnesota, Colorado, Wisconsin, Maine, and Missouri.

Now that she’s gone, Ginsburg’s journey is over. Here are some of her proudest moments.

On Trump: “To the extent he has the ability to talk about what a man is, and what a gentleman he is, he speaks to my husband and to me.”

On abortions: “My husband and I never, ever would have had an abortion. And I can only speak to what I would have been able to do to protect my daughters.”

On Trump’s disdain for women: “The president talks about his cronies sucking the life out of the country. He has also done that to the other men that are, you know, number one in the world in the history of humanity.”

On his opposition to same-sex marriage: “I will defend marriage between a man and a woman.”

On climate change: “When I was living in Argentina, there was a link between climate change and violence. That’s what the science told me about long-term change.”

On death panels: “I would advocate for the very same people who probably were in the Supreme Court in the Pinochet days, that, you know, make these decisions: whether I can take their dead body. I think that would be much harder than anything that we have seen so far, including the Supreme Court.”

Democratic Sen. Chris Murphy (Conn.), a leading player in the Senate climate change bill, told CNN that Ginsburg won’t appear on the stage at the Democratic convention unless Trump cancels that a.k.a. the Supreme Court.