Wednesday, January 23, 2008

TODAY'S NEWS HEADLINES for INDEPENDENT VOTERS

  • Independent voters could tip Maine caucus results (Seacoast online)
  • Parties' days numbered? (Montgomery Advertiser)
  • Thousands of Ariz. voters switch parties for primary (The Arizona Republic)
  • The Neo-Independent (An Ordinary Person)
  • Clinton Taps Reiner, Obama Touts Roots in California (Bloomberg.com)
  • Democrats’ eyes on prize (The State) “We were attracting independents and some Republicans,” Obama said of rural Nevada voters. “You know, this is the same way that I was able to win the election in Illinois, going to downstate Illinois.”
  • McCain Gains, Romney Close Behind (Forbes)
  • Rocking the vote (The State) Youth and independents in the Palmetto State
  • Voters Not Clamoring for Third-Party Candidacy This Year (Gallup)
  • Fate of Idaho's Republican primary still unresolved (Times-News Magic Valley)

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