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Iowa: Romney 28, Giuliani 16, Thompson 16, McCain 7

New Hampshire: Romney 28, Giuliani 23, McCain 12, Thompson 11%

South Carolina: Thompson 26, Giuliani 23

Iowa: Clinton 28, Edwards 23, Obama 19

New Hampshire: Clinton 35, Edwards 16, Obama 16

South Carolina: Clinton 45, Obama 27

More numbers…. Los Angeles Times, 12:25 PM  

Rudy drops in WP/ABC national poll; Dem race stable

Giuliani 28, Thompson 19, McCain 18, Romney 10 ------ Clinton 41, Obama 27, Edwars 14 Washington Post, 12:00 PM  


Will remind voters he opposed the Iraq War and call for troop withdrawals to begin now and end by 12/08. , 11:15 AM  

Florida-Michigan Tag Team on Nomination Sked

Demand that Howard Dean punish New Hampshire TIME, 6:22 AM  


Still weighing ‘08 run, Washington Times says… Wash Times, 6:20 AM  

Clinton Fears More Donor Problems: Will Another Hsu Drop?

HRC telling aides to vet donors more carefully. An anonymous strategist to the NYT: “They are worried there are more out there. Bundlers. The feeling is there are a few more that will have Hsu problems.” New York Times, 6:18 AM  


Putin and Abe both decided to shake things up: see AP stories here and here

McCain Won’t Back Down on Iraq

On day two of his “No Surrender” tour supporting the war and the troops, McCain tells CNN he won’t back down.

Prostitute Says She’s Had Sex with Vitter

Former New Orleans prostitute tells Larry Flint the Senator approached him for sex in 1999 TIME, 5:55 AM  

Bush to Back Petraeus on Iraq

White House aides told the Washington Post they’re working on a 20-minute prime-time speech that Bush will give tomorrow night, in which he will endorse the main elements Gen. David Petraeus’ Iraq strategy. Wash Post, 6:21 AM  

Bush Closing in on Ted Olson as New Attorney General?

Apparent trial balloon draws some Democratic fire. Politico, 6:19 AM  

‘08 Hopefuls Net Millions from Piggy Banks

Minors are cashing in on a rule that allows those under 18 to donate to political campaigns, as long as it’s their own money. USA Today, 6:12 AM  

Clinton vs. Petraeus in 2012?

The New York Sun is saying Hillary battled yesterday with a possible 2012 White House contender, and came closes to calling the commander a liar. New York Sun, 6:11 AM 

Obama Adviser Worries Israel Supporters

Zbigniew Brzezinski’s Foreign Policy article this summer inserted him into one of the most heated debates in America-Israel politics, and that might be a problem for the Obama campaign Politico, 6:00 AM  

Presidential Candidates Respond to Petraeus

Check out what the leading presidential candidates and those on Senate committees that heard from General David H. Petraeus and Ambassador Ryan C. Crocker are saying about their testimonies. Boston Globe, 4:00 AM 

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The Political Schedule

    • 8:00 am
    • John McCain hosts a rally in Council Bluffs, Iowa
    • 9:00 amLIVE WEBCAST
    • Ambassador Ryan Crocker and Gen. David Petraeus hold a news conference on Iraq at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C.
    • 11:00 am
    • Hillary Clinton attends a National Association of Letter Carriers event in Washington, D.C.
    • 11:45 am
    • Mitt Romney gives a speech in Midland, Texas
    • 12:00 pm
    • John McCain hosts a rally in Des Moines, Iowa
    • 12:30 pm
    • Rudy Giuliani meets with residents at the Bricco in Akron, Ohio
    • 2:30 pm
    • Barack Obama gives a a major address on Iraq at Ashford University in Clinton, Iowa
    • 3:30 pm
    • Rudy Giuliani meets with residents at the Sarris Ice Cream Parlor in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania
    • 4:45 pm
    • John McCain hosts a rally in Des Walterloo, Iowa
    • 6:15 pm
    • Barack Obama hosts a town hall meeting in Davenport, Iowa

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