Sunday, October 28, 2007

TODAY'S NEWS HEADLINES for INDEPENDENT VOTERS

Peoples campaign forces Hillary into Harlem:
  • CLINTON BOPS OBAMA IN UPTOWN UPSURGE (NY Post)
  • Hillary Clinton finds time for her base in Harlem (Newsday)
  • Hillary’s Harlem Hegemony? Harlem Residents Feel Steamrolled, Silenced (Think on These Things)
INDEPENDENT VOTERS
  • Political project looks outside party lines-UNITY 08 (Lawrence Journal World and News)
  • Independents unhappy with Republicans-Undeclared voters likely to lean Democratic (Concord Monitor)
  • All but Gravel Shun Fla. Convention (The Caucus/NY Times blog)
  • Lack of hopefuls doesn't stop party-Hundreds of activists skipped the Florida Democratic Party's annual convention in wake of a boycott by seven of eight presidential hopefuls over the state's early primary. Quotes Gravel (Miami Herald)
  • Huge undecided bloc puts state up for grabs (Orlando Sentinel)

LOCAL INDEPENDENT POLITICS
  • California: Steve Wiegand: Is latest remap try also DOA? (Sac Bee)
  • Indiana: Candidates tackle 2-party system, Keystone project (Indianapolis Star)
  • Idaho: Court Sets Hearing for Idaho Lawsuit Against Open Primary (Ballot Access News)

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