September 2010

The Tea Party’s Tension: Religion’s Role In Politics - NPR


The Guardian
The Tea Party's Tension: Religion's Role In Politics
NPR
Tea Party supporters hold a sign showing their religious leanings during a march in Washington, DC, on Sept. 12. Tea Party supporters hold a sign showing their religious leanings during a march in Washington, DC, on Sept. 12.
Question of the DayWashington Times
Florida Youth and VotingWCTV
Survey Suggests Fierce Party Competition In NovemberPersonal Liberty Digest
FOXNews -Student Press -Newsweek
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Harry Reid vs. Sharron Angle Senate bout gets tighter - and nastier - Christian Science Monitor


Christian Science Monitor
Harry Reid vs. Sharron Angle Senate bout gets tighter - and nastier
Christian Science Monitor
With Democratic Sen. Harry Reid and Republican Sharron Angle flaying each other with negative ads in Nevada, both have unfavorability ratings of more than 50 percent. Republican Sharron Angle and Democrat Harry Reid are virtually tied in their race for
Angle Asks Ashjian to Quit Race; It Doesn't Go WellWall Street Journal (blog)
Ashjian meets secretly with Angle, stays in race for US SenateLas Vegas Review - Journal
Orly Taitz for Sharron AngleThe Atlantic
Newsweek -UNLV The Rebel Yell -The Associated Press
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Poll finds close races for Calif. gov, Senate - The Associated Press


Irish Times
Poll finds close races for Calif. gov, Senate
The Associated Press
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — A new poll from the Public Policy Institute of California finds the candidates for governor are virtually tied, while the incumbent Democrat has a slight lead in the US Senate contest, with just over a month remaining before the
PPIC Poll: Boxer Ahead Seven Points In CA-SENTPMDC
Poll updates voter sentiment on candidates, issuesInland Empire News
New polls in governor's race show different numbersLos Angeles Times (blog)
Central Valley Business Times -LAist -Financial Times
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Pa.’s 1 million vets in Senate candidates’ sights - The Associated Press


Austin American-Statesman
Pa.'s 1 million vets in Senate candidates' sights
The Associated Press
HARRISBURG, Pa. — The Republican candidate for US Senate in Pennsylvania, Pat Toomey, is trying to appeal to a large voting bloc that might favor his Democratic rival, Joe Sestak: The state's 1 million veterans. Sestak is a decorated former Navy
Brown headlines fund-raiser for Pa. Senate candidateBoston Globe
New Pennsylvania Poll: Sestak Within Reach Of ToomeyHuffington Post
Poll: Sestak within striking distance in Penn.msnbc.com
The Atlantic -TPM LiveWire -Daily Kos
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In W.Va., Senate race is really against Obama - The Associated Press


Bellingham Herald
In W.Va., Senate race is really against Obama
The Associated Press
WHEELING, W.Va. — Second-term Democratic Gov. Joe Manchin won re-election with ease a little more than 22 months ago and has the support of both organized labor and the US Chamber of Commerce as he runs for the Senate. But he still finds himself in
W.Va. Coal Association backs Manchin for SenateBusinessWeek
Mud is Flying in Senate Race, But What's Fact and What's Fiction?WSAZ-TV
Cap-and-Trade Politics in West VirginiaThe Atlantic
Daily Mail - Charleston -West Virginia Public Broadcasting -Huffington Post
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Middle class tax-cut issue backfiring on Democrats - Boston Globe


Reuters
Middle class tax-cut issue backfiring on Democrats
Boston Globe
WASHINGTON — President Obama's urgent call for Congress to immediately extend tax breaks for the middle class was supposed to create a defining Democratic issue and cast Republicans as defenders of the rich on the eve of crucial midterm
House Dems Tout Accomplishments of 111th CongressABC News (blog)
House puts off vote on Bush-era tax cutsReuters
Pelosi on Democrats who criticize her: 'I just want them to win'Washington Post
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Congress adjourns, but spending bills and Bush tax cuts still loom - Christian Science Monitor


Washington Post
Congress adjourns, but spending bills and Bush tax cuts still loom
Christian Science Monitor
Lawmakers head home to face voters in the midterm elections, putting off big decisions – such as on extending the Bush tax cuts. A worker power washes columns along the exterior of the US Capitol dome as a months long project to repaint the exterior of
Middle class tax-cut issue backfiring on DemocratsBoston Globe
Fight over Bush-era tax cuts moves to campaign trailLos Angeles Times
House puts off vote on Bush-era tax cutsReuters
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3 fundraisers on tap for Pawlenty in New Hampshire - Boston Globe


Providence Business News
3 fundraisers on tap for Pawlenty in New Hampshire
Boston Globe
ST. PAUL, Minn.—Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty is packing in three fundraisers for Republican candidates in New Hampshire, his fourth stop there since drawing presidential buzz. Pawlenty arrived late Wednesday in the Granite State, which holds the opening
Cato Institute: RI tax reforms best in nationProvidence Business News
Gibbons' performance earns "B" grade from Libertarian think tankLas Vegas Review-Journal
'12 hopeful Pawlenty gets an A from Catomsnbc.com
United Liberty -The Hill (blog) -Politics Daily
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White House Eyes Youth Vote Ahead Of Midterms - NPR


US Financial Post
White House Eyes Youth Vote Ahead Of Midterms
NPR
Vice President Joe Biden greets the crowd after a rally at Pennsylvania State University in State College, Pa., on Tuesday. He told students that it's critical that they vote this year. The White House is trying this week to re-energize
Blaming the VotersWall Street Journal
Biden's advice: Stop whining, yourselfThe Union Leader
Letter: Some questions for the voters to ponderTCPalm
University of Hartford Informer -US Financial Post -The News Journal
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SD GOP Sen. Thune looking at 2012 presidential run - The Associated Press

SD GOP Sen. Thune looking at 2012 presidential run
The Associated Press
SIOUX FALLS, SD — Republican Sen. John Thune, who has spent the summer traversing the country, talking policy and raising millions of dollars for a re-election bid that has no opponent, acknowledged Wednesday that he's considered running for president
Thune's TARP vote could hurt his 2012 chancesIowa Independent
Sen. John Thune: Sarah Palin changes 2012 equationPolitico (blog)
Thune wants 'to make a difference'Daily Republic
CNN Political Ticker (blog) -Sioux Falls Argus Leader -KDLT News
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