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The Swampby Michael Muskal Neophyte Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand of New York is running far ahead of any possible challenger, a bright spot for Democrats trying to prevent Republicans from seizing control of Congress in the midterm election year. According to a......
The Swampby Mark Silva The "gender gap'' in support for Barack Obama and John McCain is particularly pronounced in some of the "battleground'' states where the Democrat and Republican are vying for the presidency. And the apparent initial impact that Sarah......
Tags: Government, Barack Obama, Ohio, The New York Times, John McCain
The Swampby Peter Brown Sens. Barack Obama and John McCain have widely divergent decision-making styles, a reflection of the reality that human beings are products, and sometimes prisoners, of their training. But perhaps as interesting is that the differences...
Tags: Al Gore, Government, Barack Obama, Peter Brown, John McCain
The Swampby Mark Silva ST. CLOUD, Fla. - A flood of television ads, an unprecedented army of Democratic campaign workers and a souring economy have converged to offer Sen. Barack Obama a chance of winning in the biggest of all battlegrounds:......
The Swampby Mark Silva Asking if it is the Democratic Party's message that has been flawed for many years -- or simply the messengers who were flawed -- Peter Brown suggests that Barack Obama may be able to answer that question......
The Swampby Mark Silva On average, Democrat Barack Obama's advantage over Republican John McCain in national polling stood at 8 percentage points this week. That's up from six points the previous week, Bloomberg News notes in a wrap-up of polls watched......
Tags: Charlotte, Republican Party, Barack Obama, Peter Brown, Ohio
The Swampby Peter Brown As bizarre as it may seem, Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin's presidential ambitions for 2012 hang to a considerable degree on her state's U.S. Senate race, a contest that could be decided this week With about 24,000 votes......
The Swampby Peter Brown Barack Obama will be America's first urban president, and it's likely the decision he made as a young man about where to reside will show up in ways large and small during his White House years. Let's......
Tags: Government, Politics, Barack Obama, Peter Brown, White House
Spin CycleThe latest Quinnipiac preference poll on the NY Senate seat shows that Caroline Kennedy leads Andrew Cuomo, 33-29, and has a healthier 41-27 lead among Democrats. That, despite the fact that a slim plurality of voters, 41-40, think she is......
Spin CycleJames Madore in Albany passes along the latest pearls of wisdom from Senate decider Gov. Paterson, including his reaction to the latest poll showing that Cuomo is the favorite of survey respondents: "Gov. David A. Paterson Wednesday discounted polls...
Tags: Government, Executive Branch, Barack Obama, Upper House, Polls
The Swampby Geraldine Baum and Mark Z. Barabak Caroline Kennedy, the daughter of America's most fabled Democratic dynasty, abruptly dropped her bid for a U.S. Senate seat early today, standing aside even though she was widely considered the front-runner to...
The Swamp(This posting has changed from the original version.) by Frank James You don't have to be a Wall Street money magnet to be concerned about the unintended consequences from a provision tucked into the $787 billion economic stimulus bill that......
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