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The Swampby Michael Muskal Neophyte Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand of New York is running far ahead of any possible challenger, a bright spot for Democrats trying to prevent Republicans from seizing control of Congress in the midterm election year. According to a......
Tags: Government, Local Elections, New York, Elections, David Paterson
Spin CycleHere's a follo to the last item, from Newsday's Keith Herbert: As Bloomberg took questions from the press on Wednesday, he was asked about Gov. David Paterson's falling poll numbers. A poll done by Quinnipiac University shows that state Attorney......
The Swampby Frank James When Sen. Chris Dodd a few weeks back added his amendment to cap Wall Street pay to the economic stimulus legislation known as the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, it looked in part like a move meant......
The Swamp(This posting has changed from the original version.) by Frank James You don't have to be a Wall Street money magnet to be concerned about the unintended consequences from a provision tucked into the $787 billion economic stimulus bill that......
The Swampby Michael Muskal As politicians and pundits mull whether Tuesday's primary results indicate a conservative drift in the American electorate, the latest poll in Florida shows that Gov. Charlie Crist, forced out of his party by tea party activists, is........
Tags: Government, Marco Rubio, Nevada, Regional Authority, Elections
The Swampby Frank James Maybe Sen. Arlen Specter was standing on principle when he announced yesterday that he would oppose the "card check" legislation favored by organized labor and detested by Republicans and the business community. Then, again, maybe not. It.....
The Swampby Mark Silva Sen. Arlen Specter of Pennsyvlania may have made a reelection-enhancing move with his switch to the Democratic Party. Specter, a five-termer and the state's longest-serving senator, conceded that his chances for another term would have...
Palm Beach Politics - Sun-Sentinel BlogsSo far, the Democratic primary contest for U.S. Senate has been nasty from afar. Now it has a chance to get nasty face-to-face. The two leading candidates, U.S. Rep. Kendrick Meek, D-Miami, and Palm Beach billionaire Jeff Greene are holding......
The Swampby Mark Silva Sen. Arlen Specter's bid for reelection could grow more complicated than he expected, with Rep. Joe Sestak saying today that he is "inclined'' to seek the Democratic nomination as well. On Fox News Radio's Brian and the......
Spin CycleNearly halfway into their first year in the state Senate majority, Democrats are favored statewide to continue in power, 56 percent to 35 percent with 9 percent not responding, according to last week's Quinnipiac poll. In New York City,......
Palm Beach Politics - Sun-Sentinel BlogsOutgunned on television, McCollum???s popping up all over South Florida this week Sweating under the pressure of Rick Scott???s big money television campaign in the Republican gubernatorial race, Bill McCollum is suddenly popping up all over South...
Spin CycleMayor Michael Bloomberg loves to munch popcorn and makes shake-and-bake chicken when in a pinch. Though the multi-billionaire mayor can afford the finest meats, he's been known to put away a few hotdogs, which turns out to be a......
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