Sunday, April 29, 2012

Richard lugar reelection

  • That seems to be the case with the campaign of six-term Sen.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • Lugar wasn't in attendance – although there was a life-size photo cutout of him with a sign around its neck: "Dangerous Republicrat Career Politician.
  • (Fort Wayne Journal Gazette)
  • WASHINGTON — Sen. Richard Lugar's re-election ads call for "serious leadership for serious times." But there's another "s" word Lugar hasn't been using: seniority. No current Senate Republicans have served longer than Lugar or Utah Sen.
  • (Courier-Journal)
  • Richard Lugar.
  • (Evansville Courier-Press)
  • The grim visage of hawk-nosed Indiana Treasurer Richard Mourdock, the slightly glazed look from U.S. Sen. Richard Lugar, the ominous synthesizers and the gray-scale photography have defined the battle for Indianas U.S. Senate seat more than anything else.
  • (Courier-Times)
  • John Shaw recently wrote a biography of Indiana's senior senator entitled Richard G. Lugar initially backed Marcos and claimed that election irregularities had occurred on both sides, Lugar sided with Aquino.
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  • Longtime U.S. Sen. Richard Lugar appears to be shifting his re-election message to focus on attacking national interest groups, which the Republican accuses of having an exaggerated say in his Indiana race.
  • (RealClearPolitics)
  • Mr. Lugar has won re-election by 30 points or more every cycle since 1982. But the consensus among tea partiers and 70% of Indiana county chairmen was that it was time for Mr. Lugar to go. Enlarge Image Richard Mourdock (left) at a debate with Richard Lugar.
  • (Wall Street Journal)
  • Unlike Lugars re-election campaign, the independent super PAC can accept unlimited donations. It has spent $137,000 against Lugars May 8 primary opponent, Indiana Treasurer Richard Mourdock.
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