Thursday, May 08, 2008

TODAY'S NEWS HEADLINES for INDEPENDENT VOTERS

CAMPAIGN

  • Clinton continues despite dire predictions (USA TODAY) David Parker, a Democratic National Committee member and lawyer in Statesville, N.C., said letting the race continue is "good for the party because it brings those white independent voters over to the Democratic side, and we will need them in the fall."
  • Clinton looks like a winner in West Virginia. Obama hopes pinned on independent voters (CHARLESTON, W.Va. Prime Buzz)


NORTH CAROLINA

  • Primary prods a few superdelegates (News Observer) The Obama campaign estimated it knocked on 500,000 doors, including 200,000 on election day.
  • Non-Democrats Influenced Ind., N.C. Vote (CBS News)


REFORM
Redistricting: Making it fair (Jacksonville Times-Union)

SEAN BELL PROTEST

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