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Can Cory Booker save Mary Landrieu's Senate seat?

Louisiana Sen. Mary Landrieu, facing long odds in a runoff election next month and having gone all-in on the Keystone KL pipeline only to have the Senate… 77 more words

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Cory Booker, Tim Scott to rally La. voters in Senate runoff

The U.S. Senate’s only black members will visit Louisiana this weekend to support opposing candidates in the state’s hotly contested runoff between Mary Landrieu and Bill Cassidy. 462 more words


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Making Progress: 2014 Policy Conference, Today, November 19, 2014 at 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. ET

Today the Center for American Progress will host its second annual Making Progress Policy Conference in Washington, DC. 185 more words

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Who's the most eligible bachelor in politics? Magazine has 10 ideas

What do Cory Booker, Aaron Schock and Howard Coble have in common?

Thanks to a tweet from the New Jersey senator, we now know all made… 302 more words


Rutgers professor Clement Price remembered for uniting Newark beyond politics

NEWARK – The rumor around Newark City Hall after former Mayor Cory Booker ascended to the U.S. Senate last year was that Clement Price, the esteemed Rutgers-Newark history professor, would be named interim mayor of New Jersey’s largest city. 496 more words

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An unlikely trio descends on McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst

It was a once-in-a-lifetime photo op, with three New Jersey pols, donning cook’s hats and white aprons, scooping mounds of cafeteria food onto the plates of young servicemen and women during a visit — in observance of Veteran’s Day — to the state’s largest military base. 888 more words

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Booker's U.S. Senate win from wide pluralities in core Dem counties

A look at unofficial results in the U.S. Senate race, won by Democrat incumbent Cory Booker over Republican challenger Jeff Bell, indicates that Booker’s 56 percent to 42 percent win over Bell came largely from extensive pluralities in mostly bedrock Democratic counties. 139 more words

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