Tuesday, February 15, 2005

Continued disaster for the NYS GOP in '06?:
GOP Worried Clinton May Face No Stiff Election Challenge In ’06.
Roll Call (2/15, Cillizza) reports, “State and national Republicans are increasingly worried that New York Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton (D) will lack serious opposition in her 2006 re-election bid, providing her with a potent springboard for a presidential run two years later. Neither former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani nor New York Governor George Pataki -- the two most logical candidates on the Republican side -- seems interested in challenging the cash-flush Clinton.” Roll Call notes, “One senior Republican strategist pointed out that, given Clinton’s fundraising potential and her ambitions for higher office, if she does not face a serious race in 2006, ‘someone is asleep at the switch.’”


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