Monday, March 3, 2008

News for Mar 03 (Midday Edition)

Gallup: Daily Poll
"Hillary Clinton has pulled slightly closer to Barack Obama among Democrats nationally, and now trails by a 48% to 43% margin. ..."

Rasmussen: Daily Presidential Tracking Poll
"Clinton now holds a statistically insignificant one-point lead over Obama, 45% to 44%. ..."

Behind Obama's Union Comeback
"Obama since has waged a long, quiet campaign for the support of national unions, emphasizing his community organizer past and the strong, virtually unified support he has received from their Illinois chapters. ..."

Delegate Math Tough for Clinton
"As much as Hillary Clinton wants to win Ohio on Tuesday, a two-percentage point win won’t do her much good. ..."

Obama Looms as Giant-Killer in Ohio, Texas as Clinton Star Dims
"If Barack Obama defeats Hillary Clinton in Texas or Ohio tomorrow, he will take control of a unified Democratic Party and enter the race against John McCain with an already-established reputation as a political giant- killer. ..."

Smeared O Has 'Cross' Words
"Barack Obama yesterday lashed out at political enemies who are spreading false rumors that he's a closet Muslim as he proclaimed, "I pray to Jesus every night. ..."

Plouffe: It's Still Over
"It is clear that narrow popular vote wins in Texas and Ohio will do very little to improve their nearly impossible path to the nomination. ..."

Obama and Clinton Neck and Neck in Ohio, TX
"Obama, an Illinois senator, has a slim advantage on Clinton in both states, although the leads are within the poll's margin of error of just under 4 percentage points. ..."

Obama Tilts Mainstream on Foreign Policy
"Washington Post: Democratic frontrunner falls within mainstream of Democratic and moderate Republican thinking ..."

Clinton, Obama Battle Ahead of Key Races
"Hillary Rodham Clinton sharpened her attacks on front-runner Barack Obama ahead of two crucial nomination showdowns Tuesday that could determine the fate of her faltering Democratic presidential campaign. ..."

Canadian Memo Recounts Meeting
"Obama adviser says Canadian memo misinterprets his comments on trade ..."

Obama Camp Downplays Conversation with Canada
"Barack Obama's campaign manager downplayed reports Monday an economic advisor discussed the Illinois senator's position on NAFTA with a Canadian official, characterizing the meeting as an "informal" discussion not under the direction of the campaign ..."

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