Monday, February 27, 2012

Democratic governors

  • Democratic U.S. governors said President Barack Obama's re-election chances are being lifted by an improving economy and a prolonged Republican nominating contest.
  • (Bloomberg)
  • WASHINGTON -- The nations Democratic governors have been telling their Republican counterparts to cheer up Monday morning, as the states chief executives head to the White House for a meeting with President Barack Obama.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • Democratic governors are bullish on President Barack Obamas re-election prospects, citing the improving economy and a Republican nominating contest that has exposed deep divisions in the partys base.
  • (RealClearPolitics)
  • After meeting with Obama on Friday, some Democratic governors said the Republicans need to cheer up because the economy is recovering under the presidents leadership.
  • (USA Today)
  • This year, governors and other state officials crowded around Browns table Friday night after he spoke at a private dinner for the Democratic Governors Association. At a luncheon the next day at the conference hotel, Brown was the last to leave.
  • (McClatchy)
  • WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama is attending a meeting of the nations Democratic governors this morning.
  • (Richmond Times-Dispatch)
  • Read more about the change here. WASHINGTON — Democratic governors are bullish on President Barack Obamas re-election prospects, citing the improving economy and a Republican nominating contest that has exposed deep divisions in the partys base.
  • (Austin American-Statesman)
  • Abercrombie added. The lack of bipartisanship in the Congress is so toxic, can we really do something as Republican and Democratic governors? The answer is yes. Arizona Republican Gov.
  • (WGRZ TV)
  • Theyre a rare breed of politician: Democratic governors who have embraced gay marriage to the point of signing legislation that would make it legal in their states.
  • (YAHOO!)
  • Members of the Democratic delegation met privately with Obama Friday and their Republican counterparts have had their own closed meetings. Eight governors hit the television networks this morning for political talk show appearances.
  • (ABC News)

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