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Mortgage woes show Wall St reform crucial: Obama

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Barack Obama said the home foreclosure crisis underscored the importance of his Wall Street reforms, and he blasted Republicans on Saturday for “beating the drum” to…

MO-Sen: 49% Blunt (R), 40% Carnahan (D) (Mason-Dixon/Post Dispatch 10/18-20)

Mason-Dixon for KMOV/Post Dispatch 10/18-20/10; 625 likely voters, 4% margin of error Mode: Live telephone interviews Post-Dispatch release Missouri 2010 Senate 49% Blunt (R), 40% Carnahan (D) (chart) Jump to…

GOP’s Mary Fallin Cites Motherhood As Key Difference Over Dem Jari Askins In Oklahoma Governor’s Race

EDMOND, Okla. — In her quest to become Oklahoma’s first female governor, Democrat Jari Askins has amassed an assortment of professional qualifications: she’s been a judge, a legislator, the head…

FL-Gov: 44% Scott (R), 41% Sink (D) (Ipsos/Florida Media 10/15-19)

Ipsos for for the St. Petersburg Times, Miami Herald, Bay News 9 and Central Florida News 10/15-19/10; 577 likely voters, 4.1% margin of error TampaBay.com release Florida 2010 Governor 44%…

US-Generic Ballot: 48% Democrat, 45% Republican (Newsweek 10/20-21)

Newsweek 10/20-21/10; 1,005 adults, 3.8% margin of error 773 likely voters, 4.3% margin of error Mode: Live telephone interviews Newsweek release National 2010 Congress: Generic Ballot 48% Democrat, 45% Republican…

PA-Sen: 45% Toomey (R), 42% Sestak (D) (Muhlenberg 10/22)

Muhlenberg College / Morning Call 10/19-22/10; 439 likely voters, 5% margin of error Mode: Live phone interview (Muhlenberg PDF) Pennsylvania 2010 Senate 42% Sestak (D), 45% Toomey (R) (chart) 2010…

Levi Johnston Talks Sarah Palin, Mayoral Run, Condoms On ‘Real Time With Bill Maher’ (VIDEO)

Levi Johnston says he hasn’t decided whether he’ll run for mayor of his Alaska hometown as a Democrat or a Republican. “We’re debating that one. I’m up and down, back…

Paul Loeb: Suppose Your Actions Swung the Election

Imagine if your actions made the difference in electing a Senator, Governor, or Congressional representative? Suppose the phone calls you made, money you donated, doors you knocked on, and conversations…

David Helfenbein: Two Weeks To Go: This Election Cycle Analyzed, and an Announcement

This election season started out as one where voters were seemingly ready to “vote the rascals out”: an election potentially about nonpartisan anti-incumbency. The primary season began with Senator Bob…

Steve Kirsch: Go See Inside Job If You Want to Know What Really Caused the Economic Crisis

Charles Ferguson’s latest documentary, Inside Job, does a masterful job in telling the story of how the financial crisis happened. The movie also explains why Obama isn’t putting in place…