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Politics: Democratic Campaigns

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RawStory.com

"To the people of Minnesota, let me say this: I'm not a perfect person," said Franken, a former "Saturday Night Live" writer and performer. "I'm not going to pretend to have all the answers. But I'll tell the trut

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It has been 500 days since the Democrats were elected to the majority in Congress and the Senate. They promised NOT to impeach anyone in the Bush Administration, nor interfere in funding the war. Promises kept.

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The judge called it a matter of fairness and said Nevada voters will benefit if they hear from more than just Hillary Rodham Clinton, Barack Obama and John Edwards. [No word on the state of private property and contracts in NV]

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KXAN-TV

Dennis Kucinich found out he's off the Texas ballot. That's because the Texas Democratic Party said his application was "defective." Candidates must sign an oath that requires them to support the Democratic nominee, whoever that sh

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mediabistro.com

The criteria for participation in Jan 5 debates with Charles Gibson includes how the candidates finish in Iowa and their place in national polls. That decision will come a week from Friday, which is one day after the Iowa caucuses.

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HuffPo

On December 18, Republicans and Democrats in the Senate combined to give President Bush $70 billion to carry the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan into next summer. Only 23 Democrats and one independent supported an amendment by Senator Feingold that woul

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LA Times

Some indications are that Sen. Harry Reid, whom we see so much on national TV criticizing pretty much everything he's asked about and even more, is in some growing political difficulties back home in Nevada. The job of Democratic Senate majority

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Meetup

72,924 Ron Paul supporters that span the political spectrum in 1,302 Meetup groups from 1,007 cities. Only 435 congressional and 35 senate seats up for grabs. The forecast calls for a VERY hot summer and fall 2008.

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Adventures of Citizen X

Hillary Clinton, taking a cue from Time magazine, has said that she will give every child born in America $5,000. The money will be placed into an account which the child will have access to when he is 18. Mrs. Clinton says the kids could use this

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Bloomberg

Dozens of corporate executives who backed President Bush for re-election in 2004, including some of his top fund-raisers, are now helping Democrats running for president. John Mack, CEO of Morgan Stanley, Rupert Murdoch, chairman of News Corp., and T

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Reuters

The Congress registered record-low approval ratings in a Reuters/Zogby poll measuring the mood of Americans dipped on deepening worries about the economy."The public mood is not just dark. What's darker than dark? The mood is getting ugly,**

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NBC

It's clear now that Democratic leaders on both sides of the Capitol are moving towards dropping their insistence on a end date deadline for completing troop withdrawal from Iraq. Senate leaders are likely to move a defense measure on the week of

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