Tuesday, March 11, 2008

TODAY'S NEWS HEADLINES for INDEPENDENT VOTERS

  • NORTH CAROLINA: Superdelegates and the will of voters (News & Observer)
  • MISSISSIPPI: Clinton or Obama? Mississippi's time (Clarion Ledger) *** Can Clinton Make Mississippi a Race? (Time)
  • PENNSYLVANIA: Clinton, Obama Campaigns Gear Up For Pa.(PITTSBURGH-KDKA)
  • TEXAS: Bill Clinton Went On Rush Limbaugh’s Show Day Of Texas Primary (JOE GANDELMAN, The Moderate Voice)
  • DELAWARE: Closed primary leaves some voters with no choice (Cape Gazette)
  • WYOMING: Obama wins caucus in nation's least populous state (Tufts Daily)
  • NEW YORK POLITICS: Calls For Spitzer's Resignation Begin (Elizabeth Benjamin, Daily Politics/Daily News)

Women For President: Media Bias in Eight Campaigns, By Erika Falk, University of Illinois Press (Feminist Review)

CLINTON/OBAMA: Over the Top (Peggy Noonan, Wall Street Journal)

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