Stories You Should Know (11/3/09)

Politico (Washington, DC)

In what could be a nightmare scenario for Republican Party officials, conservative activists are gearing up to challenge leading GOP candidates in more than a dozen key House and Senate races in 2010.


As voters across the country head to the polls Tuesday, one thing appears certain: Many of them are angry.


New York Times (New York, NY)

On the eve of Tuesday’s election, the top two mayoral candidates put aside their bitter arguments over term limits, campaign spending and the city’s schools to try to reassure voters about a more pressing worry: the economy.


KCUA (Sioux City, IA)

Dem Sen. Mike Johanns (NE) says Republicans aren’t getting the opportunity to offer amendments to a bill that would give people running out of unemployment insurance benefits up to 20 more weeks of federal aid.


The Hill (Washington, DC)

Sen. Joe Lieberman has reached a private understanding with Majority Leader Harry Reid that he will not block a final vote on healthcare reform, according to two sources briefed on the matter.


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