Wednesday, May 07, 2008

TODAY'S NEWS HEADLINES for INDEPENDENT VOTERS

INDEPENDENT VOTERS
  • Dems buoyed by new voter sign-ups in Az, U.S. (Tucson Citizen) That 18 percent jump in total voter registration includes 108,000 new Democrats, 116,000 additional Republicans and 196,000 voters affiliated with no political party with ballot status.
  • Students, Nuns, Denied RIGHT to Vote in Indiana Today Following Supreme Court Approval of State Photo ID Restrictions (The Brad Blog)
  • Libertarian trio seek Boulder County seats (Longmont Times-Call)
  • It's another big night for Obama (Detroit Free Press)
  • So far, a split (Philadelphia Daily News/Associated Press)

SHARPTON BELL PROTEST TODAY
  • CLOSING THE CITY (BET News)
  • Day of protest over Bell case may mean potential nightmare for commuters (DAILY NEWS)
  • Officials prepare for Bell verdict protests (Newsday)
  • In wake of acquitals, anger simmers New York (Final Call)
  • Detectives Union Heads To D.C. To Discuss Bell Verdict (WNBC)
  • Bell Supporters Plan Civil Disobedience Acts Across The City (NY 1)

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