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THE HILL – Economy no savior for Dems - 09/01
Democrats are running out of time for an economic savior. They have long predicted that an economic turnaround would be the elixir that helps them retain control of the Senate in November. But with just a handful of big economic reports left before Election Day, the economic picture is largely in place. And while the outlook is bright, voters continue to hold a dim view of their own financial prospects. “There are still a lot of families playing catch-up,” said Jared Bernstein at the Center for Budget and Policy Priorities. “It’s got to be awfully hard for the typical voter to figure out what Congress had done to help the economy move forward. It’s a lot easier to figure out what they’ve done to screw things up.”
NEWSMAX – Obama May Delay Immigration Action Until After Midterm 08/30
President Barack Obama may delay executive action on immigration until after the November midterm elections as Democrats fight to maintain control of the Senate. The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times, citing sources, reported that Obama is considering stepping back largely to avoid endangering the re-election hopes of some foundering Democrats. Back in June, after House Republicans refused to pass immigration overhaul legislation, the president said he would make changes for immigration on his own, a promise that Republicans said would mean Obama is exceeding his legal authority. Meanwhile, several Democrat senators seeking reelection in vulnerable states, including Mark Pryor of Arkansas, Kay Hagan of North Carolina, Alaska’s Mark Begich, and New Hampshire’s Jeanne Shaheen, all agree that Congress, not Obama, should address immigration.
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