June 2010

Ethnic Distinctions, No Longer So Distinctive - New York Times


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Ethnic Distinctions, No Longer So Distinctive
New York Times
Nikki Haley, a candidate for governor in South Carolina, does not feel the need to talk about her breaching of cultural barriers. By MATT BAI WASHINGTON — If anyone still doubted, after President Obama's election, that candidates are no longer
Nikki Haley Leads in Early Polling for SC GovernorSan Leandro India West
Making History by Running Away From ItNewsweek
Pawlenty In South Carolina, Endorses HaleyFOXNews (blog)
NPR -The Atlantic (blog) -Politico
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Slash Social Security to Pay for War? Dems Slam Boehner for Remark He Denies - FOXNews


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Slash Social Security to Pay for War? Dems Slam Boehner for Remark He Denies
FOXNews
Democrats are slamming House Minority Leader John Boehner for reportedly saying the Social Security retirement age should be raised to pay for the war in Afghanistan — though Boehner's office vehemently denies he made that connection.
Boehner fires back at Obama White Housemsnbc.com
Ohio Dems slam Boehner's remarks on Social Securitymsnbc.com
Ohio Dems, Obama, gang up on BoehnerPolitico
CNN Political Ticker (blog) -Salon
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Making History by Running Away From It - Newsweek


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Making History by Running Away From It
Newsweek
South Carolina state Rep. Tim Scott is poised to be the first black Republican elected to Congress from the South in more than 100 years. Grace Beahm / AP South Carolina House Rep. Tim Scott talks with supporters at his office in Charleston,
Ethnic Distinctions, No Longer So DistinctiveNew York Times
Pawlenty In South Carolina, Endorses HaleyFOXNews (blog)
The New Republic: The GOP's New DiversityNPR
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Obama renews immigration push - Los Angeles Times


Los Angeles Times
Obama renews immigration push
Los Angeles Times
The president meets with lawmakers to discuss a strategy for passing a bill this year; gaining Republican support will be a challenge. He will make his case to the public in a speech Thursday. Customs and Border Protection officials arrest an immigrant
Bloomberg to Attend Obama's Speech on ImmigrationNBC New York
Immigration reform possible without first sealing border?CNN (blog)
Low Expectations for Obama's Immigration SpeechThe Washington Independent
Wall Street Journal (blog) -The Associated Press -Financial Times
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Poll: Ohio Senate race in dead heat - USA Today


USA Today
Poll: Ohio Senate race in dead heat
USA Today
The race for Ohio's open Senate seat remains a tossup, according to a Quinnipiac Poll released today. Democrat Lee Fisher has 42% and Republican Rob Portman, 40% — statistically unchanged from earlier measures in March and April, Quinnipiac reports.
Poll: Lee Fisher has slight edge over Rob Portman for U.S. SenateBizjournals.com
Lee Fisher, Rob Portman in close contest for Senate seat, poll showsPlain Dealer
Poll: Tight Senate race doesn't budgeColumbus Business First
TPMDC (blog) -CNN Political Ticker (blog) -Politico
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Crist sued over GOP contributions - Florida Times-Union

Crist sued over GOP contributions
Florida Times-Union
A Jacksonville businessman who once was one of Gov. Charlie Crist's strongest allies in Northeast Florida is suing on behalf of Republican donors who feel cheated that Crist left the GOP without refunding campaign contributions.
Cerabino: Crist's jilted GOP suitors won't let goPalm Beach Post
Fmr. Supporters Lead Lawsuit Against CristWJXT Jacksonville
Businessman Suing For Gov. Crist Campaign CashWOKV
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Spill Is Election Issue Far Beyond Gulf - New York Times


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Spill Is Election Issue Far Beyond Gulf
New York Times
The oil spill is a big issue in Florida, where Gov. Charlie Crist, left, is running as an independent against Marco Rubio, a Republican. Blog posts about the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. The latest on President Obama,
Rubio Talks Energy PolicyFOXNews
Fla. Gov. Charlie Crist's campaign sued over donationsUSA Today
Rubio tries to re-energize his campaignMiamiHerald.com
Personal Liberty Digest -Pensacola News Journal -WESH Orlando
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Snyder ad says he can turn Mich. economy around - WLNS

Snyder ad says he can turn Mich. economy around
WLNS
AP - June 29, 2010 4:14 AM ET LANSING, Mich. (AP) - Rick Snyder is heading into the homestretch of his bid to win the Republican nomination for Michigan governor with a new ad promoting his ability to create jobs. Snyder's sixth ad will begin airing
Valuable Ideas Coming From The Cox CampaignBefore It’s News
Gubernatorial candidate Rick Snyder talks to residents in Grand Blanc TownshipThe Flint Journal - MLive.com
AdWatch: Snyder promotes business credentials in 6th adHollandSentinel.com
The Detroit News (blog) -Michigan Messenger (blog) -Muskegon Chronicle - MLive.com
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Rubio Talks Energy Policy - FOXNews


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Rubio Talks Energy Policy
FOXNews
This is a rush transcript from "Your World With Neil Cavuto," June 28, 2010. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated. STUART VARNEY, GUEST HOST: Florida's independent Governor Charlie Crist taking aim at offshore drilling today,
Fla. Gov. Charlie Crist's campaign sued over donationsUSA Today
Conservatives Up In Arms Over Florida Governor Abortion StancePersonal Liberty Digest
Rubio tries to re-energize his campaignMiamiHerald.com
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Voter ID, Sanford vetoes on tap - The State


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Voter ID, Sanford vetoes on tap
The State
SC lawmakers return today for what is likely a one-day session that will wrap the General Assembly's business for the year. Lawmakers will continue debating Gov. Mark Sanford's budget vetoes and will settle differences between the House and Senate on a
Lawmakers return to tackle vetoesCharleston Post Courier
Voter ID on table in ColumbiaAnderson Independent Mail
SC agencies scrambling to deal with budget cutsThe State
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