Friday, March 07, 2008

TODAY'S NEWS HEADLINES for INDEPENDENT VOTERS

HANKSTER LEDE: Independent voters want 'New direction' over 'experience' in (The Swamp/Baltimore Sun)

THE CAMPAIGN:
  • Initiative may affect election (News Leader - Springfield MO) Opposition to affirmative action is the new Southern strategy.
  • Will Democracy Win? (The Nation)

INDIES SWITCH FOR PRIMARIES:
  • OREGON: Switching political parties? You have a deadline (Albany Democrat-Herald) There are 436,070 unaffiliated voters in Oregon, and 12,597 members of the Independent Party
  • Voters Flock To Democratic Party During Iowa Caucuses (KCCI - Des Moines)

PENNSYLVANIA: For Obama, an Uphill Battle in Pennsylvania (By Dan Balz, The Trail/Washington Post)

NORTH CAROLINA: Filing process a smooth one for Board of Elections (Lumina News - Wrightsville) Preparations for open primary

IS NADER RELEVANT? * How Nader Has Made Himself Irrelevant (Lenora Fulani, The Daily Voice) * Nader, the Greens, and Building a Movement (Dissident Voice) * Once the spoiler, Nader no longer seen as a threat (Michigan Daily)

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