October 2010

Living by Obama in ‘08; dying by Obama in ‘10 - Washington Post


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Living by Obama in '08; dying by Obama in '10
Washington Post
If you want an illustration of how far the political pendulum has swung since 2008, look no further than Virginia. Buoyed by President Obama, Democrats picked up three House seats that were previously held by Republicans. Now all of those freshman
Brain food for zombie votersLynchburg News and Advance
Northern Va. a test for GOP wavePolitico
Virginia could be bellwether for 2010 midtermsWashington Examiner
Charlottesville Daily Progress -University of Virginia The Cavalier Daily -NBC 29 News
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A Final Bid to Pretty Up an Ugly Senate Race - New York Times


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A Final Bid to Pretty Up an Ugly Senate Race
New York Times
Charles Rex Arbogast/AP Representative Mark Steven Kirk, left, and Alexi Giannoulias are both seeking President Obama's old Senate seat. By MONICA DAVEY CHICAGO — Something remarkable has happened in the Senate race here: Gentle, gauzy ads — with no
Ill. candidates hammer home message in final daysDaily Illini
Obama's Chicago Trip: Rallying Democrats, South Side Breakfast (PHOTOS)Huffington Post
Candidates looking for last-minute supportABC7Chicago.com
Chicago Sun-Times -Bloomberg -Chicago Tribune
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For four Virginia Democrats, it’s sink or swim time in a GOP current - Washington Post


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For four Virginia Democrats, it's sink or swim time in a GOP current
Washington Post
With Republicans expected to make gains in congressional races across the country Tuesday, four vulnerable Virginia Democrats are fighting to avoid being swept away by a GOP wave. The battlefield stretches from the Washington suburbs to
Virginia could be bellwether for 2010 midtermsWashington Examiner
McDonnell, others from GOP rally for HurtCharlottesville Daily Progress
NBC29Republicans Rally for Robert Hurt in AlbemarleNBC 29 News
Roanoke Times -Richmond Times Dispatch -Lynchburg News and Advance
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Biden stumps for Ohio gov. locked in tight race - Washington Post


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Biden stumps for Ohio gov. locked in tight race
Washington Post
AP TOLEDO, Ohio — Vice President Joe Biden says the Republican Party he sees today is different than the one he knew years ago. Biden is in Ohio campaigning for Democratic Gov. Ted Strickland, who's in a tight race with former
Vice President Joe Biden visits ToledoFOX Toledo Online
Obama and Biden Ain't Too Proud To Beg In ClevelandNew York Magazine
Obama, Biden in Cleveland to back Strickland, FisherMiddletown Journal
Fox News (blog) -WKYC-TV -Centre Daily Times
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In Nevada, neither Senate candidate is beloved - Los Angeles Times


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In Nevada, neither Senate candidate is beloved
Los Angeles Times
As the contest between Sharron Angle and Harry Reid winds down, both are counting on voters to support the party they dislike least. By Ashley Powers, Los Angeles Times As a campaigner, Sen. Harry Reid is prone to verbal blunders and punch lines that
Candidates Hustle to Get Out Nevada's VoteWall Street Journal
The Caucus: Reid Promises Immigration Vote After ElectionNew York Times
For Nevada voters, economic woes reign supremeWashington Post
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Bill Clinton pleads with NH Democrats to go vote - Washington Post


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Bill Clinton pleads with NH Democrats to go vote
Washington Post
AP NASHUA, NH — Former President Bill Clinton returned to New Hampshire, the state that gave his presidential campaign new life in 1992, hoping his star power can do the same for Democrats on Tuesday. Clinton campaigned Sunday for Gov.
Bill Clinton stumps for Democrats all around New EnglandNECN
Bill Clinton rallies for Dems in NHBoston Globe
Bill Clinton makes Nashua appearance for John LynchBlast
PSU The Clock -The Union Leader -Nashua Telegraph
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Obama: ‘I feel great … but it’s going to be tight’ - USA Today


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Obama: 'I feel great … but it's going to be tight'
USA Today
"I feel great," Obama told reporters during a breakfast stop at Valois Cafeteria in his hometown of Chicago but added that the elections will be "tight" and that turnout efforts will be decisive. Obama also spoke with diners — ie, voters — along with
President Obama's bittersweet political homecomingChristian Science Monitor
Obama breakfasts with Giannoulias, QuinnChicago Sun-Times (blog)
"I Feel Great"TIME
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Sarah Palin would ‘make the sacrifices’ and run for president - Los Angeles Times


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Sarah Palin would 'make the sacrifices' and run for president
Los Angeles Times
The former governor of Alaska predicts Tuesday's vote will serve as a rebuke to President Obama as well as the GOP establishment. Obama exhorts Democrats in Cleveland to answer a 'cocky' GOP. By Matea Gold, Tribune Washington Bureau WASHINGTON — Former
Sarah Palin: America to say 'You blew it, President Obama' on Election DayNew York Daily News
Palin says voters will tell Obama, 'you blew it'USA Today
Palin foresees 'political earthquake' on TuesdayWashington Times
Examiner.com -Dscriber -Juneau Empire
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‘Enthusiasm gap’ between Republicans and Democrats more hype than fact in … - San Jose Mercury News


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'Enthusiasm gap' between Republicans and Democrats more hype than fact in
San Jose Mercury News
Supporters for incumbent US Sen. Barbara Boxer, D-Calif. and Republican challenger Carly Fiorina hold up signs outside St. Mary's College in Moraga, Calif., where the two held their first debate, Sept.
Vote seen as referendum on Obama strategiesSan Francisco Chronicle
California's high-stakes elections go down to wireVancouver Sun
Early Voting Numbers in California: Close Races Ahead?The Atlantic
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel -Newser -L.A. Watts Times (subscription)
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Deal or Punt Decision on Bush Tax Cuts Is Obama’s - ABC News


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Deal or Punt Decision on Bush Tax Cuts Is Obama's
ABC News
AP By ANDREW TAYLOR AP FILE - In this May 4, 2009, file photo President Barack Obama makes a statement on tax reform with… Will Congress extend the Bush tax cuts into 2011 in the weeks after Tuesday's election or let the automatic increase start
White House considering 'decoupling' top-tier tax cutWashington Post
Congress' stall on tax cuts angers businessesColumbus Dispatch
'Decoupling' Strategy Could Provide Tax Cut CompromiseWebCPA
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