Friday, April 24, 2009

Daily News Round-Up for April 24th, 2009

Capitol News 9 ( Albany , NY )

A finish line could be in sight in the race for the 20th Congressional District. With the numbers not looking good for Republican Jim Tedisco, sources tell Capital News 9 that Tedisco could concede to Democrat Scott Murphy as soon as Friday afternoon.

Roll Call ( Washington , DC )

Rep. Mike Castle (R-Del.) said Thursday that he's leaning more toward running for Senate rather than another term in the House, if he decides to run for Congress again in 2010.

Review-Journal ( Las Vegas , NV )

A New York GOP banker with roots in Nevada is exploring a run against U.S. Sen. Harry Reid.

Star-Ledger ( Trenton , NJ )

While serving as U.S. attorney for New Jersey , Republican gubernatorial candidate Chris Christie authorized the tracking of people through their cell phones without first obtaining a warrant, the American Civil Liberties Union said yesterday.

1 comment:

Dennis Sanders said...

I don't know if anyone reads the comments here, but I thought someone might want to see this: this quote from the article:

Liberal Republican groups like the Main Street Republican Partnership and the Republican Majority for Choice remain essentially irrelevant, and even the main gay GOP group, the Log Cabin Republicans, is fending off a challenge from a more conservative gay splinter faction.How do we moderates become not so irrelevant?