Daily News Round-Up for May 29, 2009

NPR (USA)
Senator John Cornyn (TX), head of the NRSC, says that while he will question nominee Sonia Sotomayor during the Supreme Court confirmation process, other GOPers calling her “racist” for a comment she once made is “troubling”.

Business Week (USA)
Arizona Sen. John McCain wants Meg Whitman to be California’s next governor.

Washington Post (Washington, DC)
Former presidential candidate Ralph Nader went public Thursday with an allegation that Virginia gubernatorial hopeful Terry McAuliffe offered his campaign money to stay off the ballot in key states during the 2004 elections — a disclosure timed to raise questions about McAuliffe’s fitness for public office.

Daily Record (Morris County, NJ)
Gubernatorial candidate Chris Christie raised nearly twice as much as his main Republican rival and has more than seven times cash on hand heading into the weekend before the primary.

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2 Responses to Daily News Round-Up for May 29, 2009

  1. Laura says:

    stuff envelops, and man phone banks. I believe that these acts can be more influential in an election then money since volunteers can take five minutes to actual talk to a voter and make a real connection. I think volunteering is one of the best ways to support moderates and to shape the future of the party that I want to see.

  2. Laura says:

    stuff envelops, and man phone banks. I believe that these acts can be more influential in an election then money since volunteers can take five minutes to actual talk to a voter and make a real connection. I think volunteering is one of the best ways to support moderates and to shape the future of the party that I want to see.

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