Tuesday, November 11, 2008

TODAY'S NEWS HEADLINES for INDEPENDENT VOTERS

INDEPENDENT VOTERS
Sorting out an elusive constituency: independent voters (MinnPost) The emergence of a sizable independent voting bloc has often foreshadowed a paradigm shift in national politics, and has occasionally signaled the demise of a major party.

ELECTION AFTERMATH
Exit Stage Center-Right (Washington Post LETTER) In fact, the election showed that America is a center-left country. But more important, the clear message sent to Congress by Americans across the country was that the partisan fighting must stop and that collaborative efforts must be made to move the country forward.

OREGON MEASURE 65
  • Looking Back at the Senate Race (The Oregonian LETTER) Has anyone noticed that Gordon Smith would have won this last election if Measure 65 had been in place?
  • Oregon initiative campaigns hit $20 million (The Oregonian)
  • In our view Nov. 8: Cheers & Jeers (The Columbian) Voters wisdom questioned on Measure 65

NEW YORK POLITICS/INDEPENDENCE PARTY

No comments: