November 2010

Murray to lead Democratic effort in 2012 races - Washington Post


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Murray to lead Democratic effort in 2012 races
Washington Post
AP WASHINGTON — Senate Democrats will turn to Sen. Patty Murray of Washington to steer the defense of 21 Democratic seats up for re-election in 2012. Murray had the same job back in 2002 when Democrats lost two seats and control of
Patty Murray finally accepts top Democratic fundraising jobSeattle Times
Murray to head campaign armWashington Times
Murray to accept DSCC jobPolitico
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Christine O’Donnell: Hillary Clinton for President in 2012 - CBS News


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Christine O'Donnell: Hillary Clinton for President in 2012
CBS News
On ABC's "Good Morning America" on Tuesday, Christine O'Donnell threw her support to an unexpected - and seemingly uninterested - potential 2012 presidential candidate: Hillary Clinton. "I hope she runs for President," O'Donnell told ABC's George
Sarah Palin versus Hillary Clinton for President in 2012: Christine O New York Daily News
O'Donnell: "I hope Hillary runs for president"WDEL 1150AM
Christine O'Donnell: I Would Vote for Hillary ClintonABC News (blog)
Politics Daily -Bloomberg -Politico (blog)
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Sarah Palin circles around ol’ Mitt Romney - Boston Herald


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Sarah Palin circles around ol' Mitt Romney
Boston Herald
Former Bay State Gov. Mitt Romney is looking to recapture the limelight from pop culture and new media megastar Sarah Palin when he sits down with “Tonight Show” retread Jay Leno tomorrow night in a move some GOP observers dismiss as
PPP Poll: Palin Narrowly Leads GOP Field — And Performs Worst Against ObamaTPMDC
GOP has sights set on White House, but who will run?Los Angeles Times
Earl Ofari Hutchinson: Palin Is the…Eurweb.com
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Dem state lawmakers defecting to GOP post-election - The Associated Press


Seattle Post Intelligencer
Dem state lawmakers defecting to GOP post-election
The Associated Press
ATLANTA (AP) — Staggering Election Day losses are not the Democratic Party's final indignity this year. At least 13 state lawmakers in five states have defected to Republican ranks since the Nov. 2 election, adding to already huge GOP gains in state
Mainers hopeful as new GOP-led Legislature meetsBusinessWeek
GOP takes the reins in MaineStateline.org
Target US House districtsSouthern Political Report
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Indiana’s Pence kicks off fight for 2012 vote - Detroit Free Press


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Indiana's Pence kicks off fight for 2012 vote
Detroit Free Press
The ink is barely dry on the Nov. 2 election results, but 2012's presidential politics started Monday in Birmingham when US Rep. Mike Pence, an Indiana Republican, spoke to members of the Detroit Economic Club and revealed a
Flat Tax Gaining Steam in HouseFox News (blog)
Indiana rep considers 2012 bidThe Detroit News
Pence Won't Decide on White House Run Until 2011CBS News
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American exceptionalism: an old idea and a new political battle - Washington Post


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American exceptionalism: an old idea and a new political battle
Washington Post
Now that the 2010 midterm elections are over, lips have already started wagging over who the potential Republican presidential candidates may be in 2012. By Karen Tumulty "American exceptionalism" is a phrase that, until recently, was rarely heard
'American Exceptionalism': Is God's favor political?USA Today
Why American Exceptionalism RulesThe Atlantic (blog)
GOP watch: The 'exceptional' debatemsnbc.com
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Sen. McCain; Rep. Obey & Sen. Dorgan on “State of the Union” - RealClearPolitics


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Sen. McCain; Rep. Obey & Sen. Dorgan on "State of the Union"
RealClearPolitics
By State of the Union Joining me now here in Washington, Republican Senator John McCain of Arizona, on your maiden voyage here on the show with me. So thanks for joining us. CROWLEY: Before we get to domestic policy, I want to talk to you about North
McCain says politics at issue with policy on gaysWashington Post
CNN Regrets Not Asking John McCain A Follow-Up QuestionHuffington Post
McCain says 'don't ask, don't tell' is workingCNN (blog)
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Senator Lugar Charts His Course Against the Winds - New York Times


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Senator Lugar Charts His Course Against the Winds
New York Times
Senator Richard G. Lugar of Indiana at his office on Capitol Hill last week. A Tea Party group says removing him is “a must.” By JENNIFER STEINHAUER WASHINGTON — Mavericks are not in vogue these days on Capitol Hill, a place where hyper-partisanship
State. Sen. Bo Watson looks to moves up in TexasThe State Column
Indiana Sen. Lugar working with Obama for Senate OK on arms treatyLouisville Courier-Journal
Danforth Goes Overboard?The Weekly Standard (blog)
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Tax break for employer health plans a target again - The Associated Press


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Tax break for employer health plans a target again
The Associated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) — Job-based health care benefits could wind up on the chopping block if President Barack Obama and congressional Republicans get serious about cutting the deficit. Budget proposals from leaders in both parties have urged shrinking or
With Elections On The Horizon: What Will The White House Focus OnAmerica’s News Online
Tax, health reforms will take more timeArizona Daily Sun

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NJ voters have mixed feelings about Sen. Menendez, poll says - The Star-Ledger - NJ.com


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NJ voters have mixed feelings about Sen. Menendez, poll says
The Star-Ledger - NJ.com
Chip Somodevilla/Getty ImagesForty-four percent of voters polled are either unsure what they think about Sen. Bob Menendez or have not heard of him. Although he has represented New Jersey for five years in the US Senate, many Garden State voters are
Teaneck: What Do You Think of Sen. Menendez? How About President Obama?Patch
Menendez faces mixed numbers going into 2012 reelectionThe Hill (blog)
Poll: Slight majority in NJ approve of ObamaAsbury Park Press
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