Clout St: Hynes accuses Quinn of playing politics on job creation

Tuesday, 1. December 2009

Posted by Rick Pearson and Monique Garcia at 1:05 pm; updated at 4:45 pm with Quinn response Democratic governor candidate Dan Hynes unveiled his plans to spur job creation today and criticized Gov. Pat Quinn for trying to trade his…

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Carly Fiorina Courts Conservatives; Will It Put Her in the Senate …

Tuesday, 1. December 2009

Having just officially announced her campaign for US Senate in California against Democratic incumbent Barbara Boxer, former Hewlett Packard Chief E.

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Mike Lux: Death Wish Politics

Monday, 30. November 2009

Digby (taking numbers and quoting from Markos) had a great post over the weekend about the single most urgent topic facing Democrats going into the 2010 elections: the lack of enthusiasm by Democratic voters about voting next year.

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Ysursa brothers may not agree on politics, but they agree on …

Friday, 27. November 2009

Idaho Secretary of State Ben Ysursa is a Republican from one of the union’s reddest states. Illinois trial lawyer Bernard Ysursa is a Democratic activist and financial booster of President Barack Obama.

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Obama Approval, Progressive Politics and Democratic Unity

Wednesday, 25. November 2009

Progressive criticism of President Obama threatens to undermine the power of the administration. Progressive leaders need to recognize that if they reject the current Democratic coaltion between the left and moderates, they will return …

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Landrieu's Vote Came with a Price — Politics Daily

Sunday, 22. November 2009

Louisiana Sen. Mary Landrieu was one of the wavering votes Democratic leaders needed to reach the magic 60 number that would clear the way for.

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Senate Votes to Bring Health Care Reform Bill to Floor — Politics …

Sunday, 22. November 2009

With no votes to spare, Democratic senators moved health care reform past its first major hurdle Saturday night, with a party-line, 60-to-39 vote to b.

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The 'Botox Tax': A Troubling New Wrinkle — Politics Daily

Saturday, 21. November 2009

When word spread that Democratic Sen. Harry Reid’s health care bill would tax Botox treatments, my immediate reaction was ‘What are they thinking?’ Th.

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After $100 million health care sweetener, maybe Landrieu can be …

Friday, 20. November 2009

Moderate Louisiana Sen. Mary Landrieu was dumped as keynote speaker for the Palm Beach County Democratic Party’s recent fund-raising dinner because party.

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Crying ACORN in NY-23? – Real Clear Politics – TIME.com

Friday, 20. November 2009

With his prospect of winning the 23rd Congressional District race now almost zero, Conservative Party candidate Douglas L. Hoffman suggested Wednesday in a letter that “ACORN, the unions and the Democratic Party” “tampered” with results …

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Report: Health Bill Will Help Uninsured, But Raise Costs, Hurt …

Tuesday, 17. November 2009

A report by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services sent Democratic staffers scrambling over the weekend after the 31-page study revealed poten.

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Marathon Pundit: Jim Ryan on governing, not politics

Monday, 16. November 2009

Yes, we all know that politics is a bloodsport in Illinois. But it’s worse than that

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