May 2010

Issa: Explanation of Sestak Deal Is Bad Cover-Up of Crime - FOXNews


Washington Post
Issa: Explanation of Sestak Deal Is Bad Cover-Up of Crime
FOXNews
A California congressman who called it an "impeachable" offense for the administration to offer Rep. Joe Sestak a job in exchange for his quitting a Senate bid said Sunday the cover-up, as usual, appears worse than the crime. Republican Rep.
Can GOP stir up public to dig into Sestak affair?Washington Examiner
Sestak offer was no 'one-off'Washington Times
Republicans continue to hammer White House-Sestak storyMain Line
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Case withdraws from Congressional race - Honolulu Advertiser


Boston Globe
Case withdraws from Congressional race
Honolulu Advertiser
Former congressman Ed Case said today that he will withdraw from the Democratic primary for Congress, explaining that too much is at stake to divide the party as it attempts to win back urban Honolulu's 1st Congressional District from US Rep.
Ex-congressman won't run again for Hawaii seatThe Associated Press
Former Rep. Ed Case Drops Out Of Hawaii Congressional RaceAHN | All Headline News
Case Drops Out of Hawaii RaceWall Street Journal (blog)
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Tea party could add to Republicans’ numbers in Congress but shake up their unity - Washington Post


Washington Post
Tea party could add to Republicans' numbers in Congress but shake up their unity
Washington Post
Rand Paul rallies supporters in Frankfort, Ky., with wife Kelley. Tea party candidates such as Paul could challenge GOP orthodoxy on the Hill. (Ed Reinke/associated Press) By Chris Cillizza News flash (not): All over the country, tea-party-backed
Tea Party's rise could undercut mainstream GOPBoston Globe
GOP shows a taste for TeaNorthJersey.com
Tea Party rise, Rand Paul win has Republican Jews nervousThe Jewish Chronicle
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SC GOP gov candidates favor natural gas drilling - The State


The State
SC GOP gov candidates favor natural gas drilling
The State
The four Republicans running for governor of South Carolina support drilling for natural gas off South Carolina's shores and pushing the federal government to remove nuclear waste from the state.
2 SC gov hopefuls consider Confederate flag moveThe State
Richland voters crucial to DemocratsThe State
Rex embraces Obama in new adThe State
Augusta Chronicle -South Carolina News (blog)
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Obama Honors Fallen US Veterans - Voice of America


Washington Post
Obama Honors Fallen US Veterans
Voice of America
US President Barack Obama is using his weekly address Saturday to lead America in honoring the country's fallen military personnel for the Memorial Day holiday. Mr. Obama called on Americans to pay tribute to fallen veterans with more than words.
Obama: Memorial Day is time to honor fallen troopsThe Associated Press
Community Honors Fallen During Memorial WeekendWLWT Cincinnati
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Lincoln besieged on all sides - Seattle Post Intelligencer


Washington Post
Lincoln besieged on all sides
Seattle Post Intelligencer
LITTLE ROCK, Ark.—Utah Republican Bob Bennett, one of two Senate incumbents already felled by his own party this year, faced an insurgency on the right. Party-switching Pennsylvania Democrat Arlen Specter was taken down by a rebellion on the left. Sen.
Bill Clinton has not shrunk from the political spotlightWashington Post
Analysis: Blanche Lincoln hoping Bill Clinton luck rubs offBoston Herald
Lincoln, Halter Persuading Voters to Return to PollsKATV
WXVT -NewsOK.com -Rediff
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Alabama Dems may nominate 1st black for governor - The Associated Press


Kansas City Star
Alabama Dems may nominate 1st black for governor
The Associated Press
MONTGOMERY, Ala. — A well-funded black congressman has a shot at becoming the first African-American to win the Democratic nomination for governor of Alabama. But Artur Davis is doing it without the backing of the state's traditional civil rights
Politics 2010: Davis hopes to make history in Alabama's gubernatorial raceUPI.com
Black congressman could make history in AlabamaDenver Post
Endorsement: Free-thinking Davis best bet for DemocratsOpelika Auburn News
Montgomery Advertiser
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Tea Party’s rise could undercut mainstream GOP - Boston Globe


PoliJAM (blog)
Tea Party's rise could undercut mainstream GOP
Boston Globe
WASHINGTON — The Tea Party movement is energizing elements of the Republican Party and fanning an anti-Washington fervor, but the biggest beneficiaries in the midterm elections, pollsters and political analysts say, could be the main
Senate Dems use recess to win back seniorsThe Hill
Politics 2010: Mississippi GOP wants 1st District backUPI.com
Fifth Congressional candidates varyTimes Daily
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In Ohio, Gauge for Midterms, Economy Rules - New York Times


New York Times
In Ohio, Gauge for Midterms, Economy Rules
New York Times
NEW ALBANY, Ohio — Good economic news has been virtually extinct in Ohio for a few years now, but Gov. Ted Strickland suddenly finds himself overseeing small yet hopeful moments of recovery: ribbon-cutting ceremonies,
• Political ads in race for Ohio governor hit airwaves earlyPlain Dealer
Lehner takes Strickland's pen, but still backs GOPMiddletown Journal
Poll: Ohio senator, gubernatorial races closeBizjournals.com
WTAM.com -Columbus Dispatch -Columbus Business First
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CAPITAL CULTURE: White House party will fete Jewish culture - The Daily News Online


Boston Globe
CAPITAL CULTURE: White House party will fete Jewish culture
The Daily News Online
NEW YORK (AP) — In politics, as elsewhere, it's a sport that's almost as popular as people-watching: Guest-list watching. And this week, it's the Jewish community in Washington and beyond that's buzzing over who'll be on the list when Barack and
Obama, Bill Clinton Greet US World Cup Team at White HouseCBS News
Obama wishes US soccer team luck in World CupThe Associated Press
Clal at the White HouseClal
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