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Obama Announces More White House Picks

Two of these we sort of knew: Ron Klain will become Vice President Joe Biden’s chief of staff and Valerie Jarrett, longtime friend and confidante of both Barack and Michelle Obama, will have the title Senior Advisor and Assistant to the President for Intergovernmental Relations and Public Liaison (which looks like a very broad troubleshooting […]

15Nov2008 | | Comments Off on Obama Announces More White House Picks | Continued
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First Dude

It turns out Todd Palin is a closet metrosexual: On top of the $150,000 first outlined in Federal Election Commission filings, Palin spent “tens of thousands of dollars” on additional clothing, makeup and jewelry for herself and her family, including $40,000 in luxury goods for her husband, Todd, our colleague Michael Shear reports. The campaign […]

7Nov2008 | | 2 comments | Continued
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The Vindication of Howard Dean

Markos Moulitsas has a post today about the vindication of Howard Dean’s 50-state strategy. He’s right. When Dean launched the project, many thought it was foolhardy. As late as October 2006, top Dem strategists and elected officials were bemoaning the way Dean had spread the party’s money around instead of concentrating it on targets of […]

28Oct2008 | | Comments Off on The Vindication of Howard Dean | Continued
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And Now For Something Completely Different

John Cleese is not a conservative. Now the hard question: Does European disdain help or hurt McCain at this point? UPDATE: Meanwhile in Kansas, the Democratic Senate candidate, Jim Slattery, has broken new ground by cutting an ad that depicts Sen. Pat Roberts pissing on voters. I can’t wait for the next ad, featuring “Number […]

15Oct2008 | | Comments Off on And Now For Something Completely Different | Continued
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Gallup’s New Likely Voters Model

In an effort to measure the impact of Obama’s candidacy on the electorate, especially among young and minority voters, Gallup has begun publishing presidential tracking poll results based on two different “likely voter” models. Read Full Post Here

14Oct2008 | | Comments Off on Gallup’s New Likely Voters Model | Continued