Monday, November 01, 2004
Link - President Bush and challenger John F. Kerry unleashed the biggest and most aggressive voter-mobilization drives in the history of presidential politics yesterday, tapping hundreds of thousands of volunteers and paid organizers in a final effort to tip the balance in a handful of states where the election will be decided tomorrow.
Friday, October 29, 2004
Hot races spur absentee vote, city clerks say
Link - Secretary of state's survey puts ballot requests at 18,657
Health Care Coverage and Drug Costs — The Candidates Speak Out
Link - The editors of the New England Journal of Medicine asked President George W. Bush and Senator John F. Kerry to respond to two questions regarding health care in the United States. The questions and their responses follow.
Wednesday, October 27, 2004
Randolph raises highest amount
Link - Supreme Court candidates file contributions
Taylor, Lott get feisty in only 4th District debate
Link - Democratic U.S. Rep. Gene Taylor says his opponent doesn't understand what it takes to be in Congress, but Republican challenger Mike Lott says Taylor is out of touch with most of the south Mississippi district.
Tuesday, October 26, 2004
Momentum Builds for U.S. Role in Paying Highest Health Costs
Link - Senator John Kerry is pushing the concept, and so are some Senate Republicans. That is why lawmakers and lobbyists say that regardless of who wins the presidential election, Congress will soon take up the idea of fighting high health insurance costs by shielding employers from the most expensive medical cases.
Sunday, October 24, 2004
Congressional hopefuls debate in 2nd District
Link - Democratic U.S. Rep. Bennie Thompson and his Republican challenger sparred over Thompson's dozen years in Washington during a debate televised Saturday.
Friday, October 22, 2004
Health Plans Differ in Scope And Philosophy
Link - Kerry Transfers More Costs to Taxpayer, Bush to Individual
Bush, Kerry Battle Over Health Care
Link - Candidates Stress Contrasts to Voters In Swing States
Wednesday, October 20, 2004
Real Differences Between the Bush and Kerry Health Plans
Link - The debate over national health policy, one of the most important issues facing our country, is becoming mutilated in this increasingly combative 2004 Presidential campaign.