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  • New York/New Jersey gets 2014 Super Bowl

     
    It took four ballots, but New York/New Jersey prevailed. The New Meadowlands Stadium is to host the first ever northern cold weather Super Bowl in February 2014. NFL owners eliminated South Florida on the second ballot leaving New York/New Jersey......
  • Democrats rebound in generic ballot

     
    by Mike Memoli Democrats have quickly rebounded from a historically weak performance in the generic ballot test, and now match up evenly with Republicans in the latest Gallup survey. The survey, conducted June 1 through 6, asked 1,378 registered voters......
  • Poll: Obama leads big in Oregon

     
    by Jim Tankersley Barack Obama leads Hillary Clinton by 20 points in Oregon's Democratic presidential primary, according to an independent poll released this morning. The poll, conducted by longtime Oregon polling guru Tim Hibbitts for the weekly Portland...
  • Election Day optimism at Hillary HQ

     
    by James Oliphant CHARLESTON, W.Va.--Parked in front of Hillary Clinton's headquarters here is a battered white Ford minvan, entirely covered with signatures of Clinton supporters. Larry Hicks, an 80-year-old Ohio man, has been driving the van across...
  • Hillary: Transcript

     
    A transcript of Clinton's victory speech is after the jump.......
  • What???s the harm in gays marrying?

     
    Two recent court decisions will give high-powered ammunition to both sides of the gay marriage debate in Florida. Proponents of an amendment banning gay marriage point to yesterday???s pro-gay marriage ruling by a California court and say, ???See, these...
  • Gay marriage: 2004 all over again

     
    The biggest news of the day may have been the California Supreme Court's invalidation of a law banning same-sex marriage, as violating the right to equal protection of the law based on sexual orientation under California's constitution. Decision here........
  • Clinton: No way this ends soon

     
    Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton walks out of the home of Eddie and Robin Clark for a campaign rally in Prestonsburg, Ky., Monday, May 19, 2008. (AP Photo/Elise Amendola) by Rick Pearson PRESTONSBURG, Ky.--Deep in the coal-rich mountains of eastern......
  • No full-court press for Clinton in OR

     
    By Jim Tankersley ROSEBURG, Ore. - For a few fleeting days, it looked like Oregon was in for its highest-stakes political weekend in 40 years, since Sens. Eugene McCarthy and Robert Kennedy fought out the final hours of the state's......
  • Oregon matters, and voters love it

     
    by Jim Tankersley From today's Chicago Tribune: PENDLETON, Ore. -- Three thousand people filed slowly into the warm-winded eastern Oregon twilight Sunday, left to wonder which was more improbable: that their rodeo town had just played host to a...
  • Live blogging Kentucky, Oregon

     
    by Jim Tankersley Update, 12:31 p.m. A couple of parting thoughts for the evening. 1) Insomniac political junkies on the East Coast: May we direct your attention to the Oregonian newspaper's all-hands-on-deck blog of the state's primary results tonight....