Thursday, March 26, 2009

Daily News Round-Up for March 26, 2009

New York Times (New York, NY)

Congressional Democrats began advancing retooled versions of President Obama’s budget on Wednesday.

Sacramento Bee (Sacramento, CA)

Arnold Schwarzenegger said Wednesday in his clearest language yet that he is not running for Senate, Congress or dogcatcher.


Embattled Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele told CNN Wednesday he'd consider running for president someday, but stressed he has never given serious thought to a potential White House bid.

Politico (Washington, DC)

House Republicans have begun unveiling detailed alternatives to President Barack Obama’s policies — a concerted effort to push back against Democratic efforts to label them “the Party of No.”

Detroit News (Detroit, MI)

Following poll results showing him among the early leaders for the Republican nomination for governor in 2010, Congressman Peter Hoekstra strongly hinted he'll announce on Monday that he will run to succeed term-limited Gov. Jennifer Granholm.

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