Thursday, February 16, 2012

Obama campaign

  • President Barack Obama traveled to California on Wednesday in the wake of an anti-piracy fight that pitted Hollywood against Silicon Valley, looking to smooth feathers and charm both sectors that are vital to his re-election campaign.
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  • President Obamas campaign manager has a message for Wall Street: This time around, well lay off.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • There's no shortage of Obama volunteers in politically deep blue California, where his support is higher than elsewhere.
  • (San Francisco Gate)
  • Obamas biggest support comes from California, where he collected $13.6 million from individuals last year, as Hollywood stars and Silicon Valleys high-tech executives helped fill his campaign coffers.
  • (USA Today)
  • Most presidents like to surround themselves with proud workers at factories, but Obama has gone further by making the rebounding manufacturing a key plank of his election-year agenda, arguing the increasingly service-oriented U.S.
  • (Daily Oklahoman)
  • WASHINGTON -- The Obama campaign, defending its decision to embrace the super PAC supporting the presidents re-election, contends that it would be foolish to unilaterally disarm. Fair point. But the Obama campaigns move goes beyond unilateral disarmament.
  • (RealClearPolitics)
  • On Friday Obamas presidential campaign marked its fifth anniversary (thats wood, if youd care to send a gift, though I am sure he will accept cash) by posting a video.
  • (Bloomberg)
  • REUTERS - National fundraising committees for the Democratic and Republican parties, U.S. President Barack Obama, and other major politicians have declined to return campaign donations totalling $1.8 million from Houston financier R.
  • (Obama, other politicians decline to return Stanford money - Reuters India)
  • (Updates with Levin comments starting in 10th paragraph. For more 2012 campaign news, see ELECT.) Feb. 14 (Bloomberg) -- President Barack Obama used the bailout of U.S.
  • (Businessweek)
  • A top adviser to President Barack Obama's re-election campaign says Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum has taken "divisive positions'' on key social issues.
  • (Boston Globe)

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