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Bill Daley: Don't count me out of Illinois governor's race
Bill Daley -- the brother of Chicago's former longtime Mayor -- told the Chicago Sun-Times not to count him out on a run for Illinois governor. Yet. Daley was trying to stamp out rumors that he was definitely out of the running for a March 2014 Democrati from Chicago Sun-Times Read more »
Will Penny pickup change Obama's luck?
Where White House senior adviser Valerie Jarrett and former Chief of Staff Bill Daley tried but ultimately failed in establishing more common ground between business and the Obama administration, Penny Pritzker could succeed. As Commerce Department secre from ChicagoBusiness.com Read more »
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Betsy Woodruff has an article up this morning at National Review covering the balancing act red-state Democrats like Senator Heidi Heitkamp must pull off to both appease their right-of-center constituencies while not angering their national liberal suppo from Say Anything Read more »
Gun Control and the Future of the Democrats
After Al Gore lost the electoral college in 2000 in a way that first revealed the contours of the red-blue divide, the Democratic Party made a strategic decision to abandon gun control as a central plank of its agenda. The Newtown massacre has scrambled from New York Magazine Read more »
Richard Daley Wants His Contribution Back From Sen. Heitkamp
Bill Daley was not only Obama's chief of staff and a former secretary of commerce, he's a major Democratic bundler. He's really ticked off that Heidi Heitkamp, who ran for the Senate as a progressive, punked out when it came to voting for gun control. He from Crooks and Liars Read more »