Wednesday, August 15, 2007

TODAY'S NEWS HEADLINES for INDEPENDENT VOTERS

  • Amid record-low ratings, Congress goes home for the summer break trying to distance themselves from their beltway partisanship (CQ Politics)
  • Do the neo-cons need Karl Rove when they can count on the Democrats? (The Free Press)
  • Obama in New Hampshire: "If I go in there alone, I am not going to bring about change, even if I am elected. If we don’t change the dynamics of Congress, then I’ll just be a figurehead, and the same government will function and the same gridlock will reign.’’ (Nashua Telegraph)
  • Camden NJ City Council vote s a return to partisan elections (Courier Post)
  • South Dakota voters are independent (Argus Leader)
  • Florida independents should ignore this advice... (South Florida Sun Sentinel)

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