Thursday, April 03, 2008

TODAY'S NEWS HEADLINES for INDEPENDENT VOTERS

INDEPENDENT VOTERS AND POLLS:
  • NJ Dems worry over fallout from protracted presidential primary (Newsday) Independents going for Obama over Clinton, running even with McCain
  • Obama, Clinton vs McCain: Uniquely (by Mark Silva, Baltimore Sun/The Swamp)
  • Obama, Clinton Leverage Different Groups vs. McCain-Obama has strength among independents, Clinton among core Democrats (Gallup)
  • Doug Clark: Independents get more choice, and less (Greensboro, NC News Record)

CAMPAIGN/REGISTRATION SHIFTS:
  • Senate ‘super-surrogates’ preview election strategies (The Hill)
  • OR: Election offices report rising Democratic voter registration (KGW - Portland)
  • OR: Democratic lawmakers make stand for Obama-Group includes Sen. Gordly, who switches parties (Statesman Journal)
  • PA: Primary spurs Montco voter registration-New Democrats outnumber Republicans (The Morning Call)
  • NC: Rev It Up-REGISTER TO VOTE (Charlotte Observer) Deadlines and rules
  • WV: Voter registration deadline is April 22 (Parkersburg News and Sentinel)
  • NC: Obama camp signs up new voters-More than 200 register within last week (Hickory Record)
  • Why the Democratic race could end in North Carolina (By Susan Page, USA TODAY)
  • CT: Candidates can galvanize voter participation (The Advocate)
  • NC: NC registration 'unprecedented' (msnbc's First Read)
  • WV: Dems prepare for big voter turnout (Charleston Gazette)

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