The Note: Losing a Sliver of the News Cycle

"Joint Caucus to Kick Off Democratic Blitz" - Roll Call

"Members Rally into Recess" - Roll Call

Minimum wage:

"GOP Looks Seriously at Packaging Minimum Wage" - Roll Call

The Note still wonders: whither the "majority of the majority" rule on this one, Mr. Speaker?

Bush Administration agenda:

"President hopes to get, give boost in S. Florida" -- Miami Herald LINK

Bill Clinton heads to Iowa:

"Former President to Headline Democrats' Dinner" - Des Moines Register LINK

"Clinton to be Keynote Speaker in October" - Quad City Times LINK

"Parsing the Polls on Bill and Hillary Clinton" - Washington Post LINK

Lieberman's primary politics:

"For Some Jews, Israel and Iraq Cloud View on Lieberman" - New York Times LINK

"Important As All Get-Out: Democratic Rivals Seek Every Last Vote" LINK

"'Plan B' Buzz Around Joe" - New York Post LINK

"Why the Left Wants to Dump Lieberman" - Nashua Telegraph LINK

2006: House:

"Democrats Say Ads Suggest an Upstate Republican Is Vulnerable" - New York Times on NRCC chair Tom Reynolds going up with some early paid media. LINK

"President Bush hears cheers, jeers: Bush helps raise money for Capito" - Charleston Gazette LINK

"'Raise Cash, Win Seats' Says Rahm" - The Hill LINK

"Sparks Fly In Race to Sway: In Battle for U.S. House Seat, Johnson, Murphy Launch TV Ads That Take Dead Aim at Each Other's Records" -- Hartford Courant. LINK

"Court Rules on Evidence of Lawmaker" - New York Times on Rep. Bill Jefferson (D-LA). LINK

"Texas GOPers Have Faith in DeLay" - Roll Call LINK

2006: Senate:

"Republicans losing judge issue" -- Robert Novak. LINK

"No thanks, Casey donor told" - Philadelphia Inquirer LINK

Ohio "Campaign Notebook" - Dayton Daily News LINK

"Japan lifts ban on US beef imports" -- Associated Press (Note: this matters to Montana Senate race). LINK

2006: Governor:

"In the suburbs, a tepid liking for Ed Rendell" - Philadelphia Inquirer LINK

"Suozzi's Debate Oratory: A Tree Falling in the Forest?" - New York Times LINK

"Gubernatorial campaign in gutter? E-mail suggests it is" - Columbus Dispatch on Ohio governor's race. LINK

"Blackwell backers in name only?" - Cleveland Plain Dealer LINK

2006: down ballot:

"Cuomo's 1st TV ads tout fights vs. guns and KKK" - New York Daily News LINK

2008: Republicans:

"McCain takes Bush capital to Wall St" - Financial Times LINK

"If You're Consulting for John McCain's PAC, You Ought To Tell Your Readers" - National Review on Patrick Hynes. LINK

Both Governor Romney and Mayor Bloomberg (D-R-I-NY) are dealing with their local crisis management problem issues again today -- the Big Dig and Queens power outages, respectively.

"Romney to travel for dinner with the Cheneys" - The Boston Globe LINK

"Romney signs bill to ease tests on target pistols" - The Boston Globe LINK

"Rudy Prez Timber, Gov Dead Wood: Poll" - New York Post LINK

2008: Democrats:

Attention all reporters working on pieces about the Junior Senator from Chappaqua: If you're looking for Upstate "color" to plug into your stories, then book yourself on a non-Frontier Airlines flight to Buffalo for the morning of Monday, July 31st -- because that's when Senator Clinton will deliver her fourth in a series of major 2006 policy speeches, this one focusing on rural issues.

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