'House of Cards' recap: 'Chapter 28'

February 27, 2015 6:41 PM

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Frank Underwood’s approval ratings after six months on the job aren’t particularly inspiring. The first episode of the season established that there was very little public support for the president who wasn’t elected. If Underwood wants to run for election, those numbers are going to have to change quickly, because the election is only 18 months away, and there’s plenty of organizing and campaigning to do in the meantime.

Public approval ratings just might be the least of Frank’s worries though. In a meeting early on in the season’s second episode, members of the Democratic leadership tell Frank that they don’t want him to run for election in 2016. They want to unify the party and bring in a fresh face. Frank, who th...

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