November 3rd, 2008 | Uncategorized

Today’s round-up

Election ’08 coverage from the print edition of the Yale Daily News:

  • Eli a longshot in Nebraska.  Scott Kleeb GRD ’06 faces an uphill battle in his attempt to win election to the United States Senate from a historically red state.  Senior reporter Andrew Mangino reports from Nebraska.
  • A trip to Palin country. Staff reporter Nicolas Niarchos reports from Anchorage and Wasilla, Alaska, to find out how Gov. Sarah Palin’s constituents assess the Republican vice-presidential nominee.
  • Homework? No, there’s a state to be canvassed. On the ground with Eli volunteers as they get-out-the-vote for the Obama campaign in Keene, N.H.
  • Connecticut rallies for Obama. Rep. Rosa DeLauro of New Haven and other prominent Democrats rally members of their party as Election Day approaches.
  • Endorsement tilt Democratic. If the preferences of newspaper editors are any indication, Sen. Barack Obama is in good shape heading into Tuesday’s election.
  • ItsHaky fight for seat. Think Rep. Rosa DeLauro is running unopposed?  You’d be wrong.
  • Channeling Obama, teens embrace oratory. New Haven high school students conclude America is ready to elect its first African-American president.