September 2009

Poll: Most Pa. governor hopefuls not widely known - Philadelphia Inquirer


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Poll: Most Pa. governor hopefuls not widely known
Philadelphia Inquirer
AP HARRISBURG, Pa. - Pennsylvania Attorney General Tom Corbett is better known than any of his potential opponents for governor next year, according to an independent poll released Wednesday. The Quinnipiac University survey says 43 percent of
Statewide poll in 2010 governor's race gives Corbett distinct edgePittsburgh Tribune-Review
Poll: Democratic race for governor is 'wide open'Tribune Review
Corbett campaign tour stops hereSharon Herald
The Hill -RealClearPolitics (blog) -Philadelphia Inquirer
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Coakley has women on her side in Senate race - Boston Globe


Boston Globe
Coakley has women on her side in Senate race
Boston Globe
AP photo By Matt Viser, Globe Staff High in the seats at last year's Democratic National Convention, Attorney General Martha Coakley rose to register her vote for Hillary Clinton. The vote carried no mathematical weight - Barack Obama had already
Martha Coakley picks up key endorsements in Senate raceNECN
Martha Coakley picks up endorsements from women's groupsBoston Herald
Mass. Senate hopefuls in race for cash, attentionThe Associated Press
WBZ -WRGB -WBUR
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Green and Yassky, but Not Opponents, Halt Campaign on Yom Kippur - New York Times


New York Times
Green and Yassky, but Not Opponents, Halt Campaign on Yom Kippur
New York Times
City Councilman John C. Liu had a few harsh words on Monday for his opponent in Tuesday's comptroller race, Councilman David Yassky. Mr. Liu, surrounded by cheering supporters, criticized Mr. Yassky for an advertisement
Liu, de Blasio Win Democratic Nods for NYC Controller, AdvocateBloomberg
Runoff campaigning is curbed by Yom Kippur holidayNew York Daily News
Runoffs for NYC comptroller, city advocate TuesdayNewsday
NY1 -Huffington Post (blog) -NBC New York
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NY GOP chooses Nixon’s son-in-law Cox as chairman - Newsday


New York Times
NY GOP chooses Nixon's son-in-law Cox as chairman
Newsday
Photo credit: AP | Edward Cox poses in Colonie, NY, Tuesday, Sept. 29, 2009. Cox, a Manhattan lawyer and son-in-law of the late President Richard Nixon, is expected to become the new leader of the New York Republicans. (AP Photo/Mike Groll) ALBANY,
For Nixon In-Law, GOP Post and a Giuliani ClashNew York Times
Start of new life for Grand Old Party?Albany Times Union
New York GOP Elects Nixon Son-In-Law As New ChairmanAHN
The Associated Press -RocNow -New York Daily News
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Democratic Donor Gets 24-Year Term - Wall Street Journal


New York Daily News
Democratic Donor Gets 24-Year Term
Wall Street Journal
NEW YORK — A federal judge Tuesday sentenced Democratic fund-raiser Norman Hsu to more than 24 years in prison for illegally funneling money to US political candidates and for defrauding investors in a multimillion-dollar Ponzi scheme
Fund-raiser Hsu gets 24-year termPhiladelphia Inquirer
US political fundraiser Hsu sentenced to 24 yearsReuters
Ex-Dem fundraiser sentenced in NYC to 24 yearsThe Associated Press
New York Post -AHN -United Press International
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Undercurrent of culture clash emerges at GOP convention - Los Angeles Times


LAist (blog)
Undercurrent of culture clash emerges at GOP convention
Los Angeles Times
In primaries for Senate and governor races, Republicans are being asked to choose between an up-from-the-ranks candidate and a wealthy, politically inexperienced newcomer. By Cathleen Decker Reporting from Indian Wells - To Trisha Bowler of Diamond Bar
California GOP sees hope on the horizonSan Francisco Chronicle
California Republican Candidate for Governor Apologizes for Voting Fox40
CA-Gov: Meg Whitman's Bad WeekDaily Kos (blog)
Washington Post -Press-Enterprise -The Business Insider
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Biden to run in 2016? Or get dropped from the ticket in 2012? - True/Slant


True/Slant
Biden to run in 2016? Or get dropped from the ticket in 2012?
True/Slant
Much ado today about reports that Joe Biden is thinking, seriously, about running for president in 2016. That's surely the signal he meant to send by agreeing to keynote the Iowa Democratic Party's fall fundraiser this year.
Vice President Biden to keynote Democrat fundraiserRadio Iowa
Biden In 2016: Don't Believe The HypeAtlantic Online
Contact: Norm SterzenbachDesMoinesRegister.com
New York Times (blog) -Pittsburgh Post Gazette -Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
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Will Abortions Be Crowded Out? - Atlantic Online


Telegraph.co.uk
Will Abortions Be Crowded Out?
Atlantic Online
Some of the supporters of health care reform have rediscovered worries about crowding out. That's because it now looks as if the bill may not allow Federal subsidies to be used to buy insurance that covers abortions. Suddenly, a big chunk of the left
Abortion Fight Complicates Debate on Health CareNew York Times
Hypocrisy on abortions and health careAtlanta Journal Constitution
Anti-abortion campaigners attack Barack Obama health care plansTelegraph.co.uk
United Press International -Heritage.org -GetReligion (blog)
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Portland Takes Part In State Absentee Voting Program - WCSH-TV


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Portland Takes Part In State Absentee Voting Program
WCSH-TV
PORTLAND (NEWS CENTER) — Portland is on of a handful of cities taking part in the states new Ongoing Absentee Ballot Program. Under the program, people can request an absentee ballot for this November's election, and they can also request ongoing
Absentee Voting For Nov. 3 General Election UnderwayWMFD.com
Vote now — AAP National Election closes Oct. 1!SmartBrief
Voters' guide: Get voting info and read our coverageNews & Observer
Wilmington News Journal, OH -Augusta Chronicle -Ashland Times Gazette
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City Democrats Vote In Primary Runoff - NY1


New York Daily News
City Democrats Vote In Primary Runoff
NY1
Democrats citywide are choosing a candidate for public advocate and city comptroller in today's runoff election. The two primary races on September 15 failed to yield a candidate with at least 40 percent of the vote. Former Public Advocate Mark Green
Polls Open Today for Comptroller and Public Advocate Runoff ElectionsWNYC
Green and Yassky, but Not Opponents, Halt Campaign on Yom KippurNew York Times
Why Labor Still MattersNew York Daily News
Newsday -Gothamist -NBC New York
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