Daily News Round-Up for July 24, 2009

Washington Times (Washington, DC)

State Sen. Darrel J. Aubertine said Thursday he will not seek the Democratic nomination to succeed Rep. John M. McHugh in Congress, forcing party leaders to choose among far less well known and well-funded candidates to face off against state Assemblywoman Dierdre K. Scozzafava in a special election.

The Hill (Washington, DC)

Minority Leader John Boehner (R-Ohio) said on Thursday afternoon that Republicans will have an alternative healthcare reform bill to offer. The bill will provide an alternative to the Democrat’s plan while still attempting to reduce healthcare costs and allow more American’s to be covered. No date has been set for its release yet.

ABC News (Juneau, AK)

Sarah Palin’s favorability is at an all time low as she finishes the last few days of work as governor of Alaska.

The National Journal (Trenton, NJ)

Gov. Corzine of New Jersey has been caught up in the recent massive corruption investigation. A member of Corzine’s cabinet, Community Affairs Commissioner Joseph Doria, has been connected to the on going investigation.

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One Response to Daily News Round-Up for July 24, 2009

  1. Suzie says:

    As a New York pro-choice voter I was thrilled that NY Assemblywoman Scozzafava was selected to run for the Congressional seat being contested and was heartened that perhaps at long last the GOP is seeing the wisdom of supporting fiscally conservative, pro-choice candidates who embrace a very big tent and common sense solutions that respect each individual. The national party would do well to emulate New York’s example and cease their interminable cow-towing to the tired old southern guard that has buried the party with a variety of politics that has been soundly rejected by the electorate in the last two national elections.
    Bravo to Assemblywoman Scozzafava and Bravo to the members of the upstate NY GOP!

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