Bush addressing NAACP?
It appears that President Bush may address the NAACP annual convention
ending the Presidentís long absence from this event. According to the
Negotiations, which have been underway for days, have involved the NAACP's
president, Bruce S. Gordon, who has pursued warmer relations with Bush and
White House aides, including political strategist Karl Rove.
By Monday it appeared increasingly likely that Bush would speak, although
the White House had yet to confirm it with the group, formally known as the
National Assn. for the Advancement of Colored People. The convention ends
Sen. Bill Frist offers insight into his thinking about the Internet and
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Bloomberg third party candidate?
NY Mayor Michael Bloomberg is being talked about as an independent candidate
for President. Rumor has it that he will dispose of his
multi-billion-fortune and save back a few hundred million to run.
There are some concerns in the Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton camp that a
Bloomberg candidacy would wind up hurting her general-election chances.
However the thinking is in the Bloomberg camp that if the GOP nominates a
highly conservative candidate in 2008, Bloomberg could snap up votes from
the disaffected middle and independents.
Whitman's Moderate PAC
Former New Jersey Gov. Christine Todd Whitman will be in New
Hampshire on July 29th to help raise money for Republican candidates as
chair of her moderate PAC, Itís My Party Too.
Romney in Iowa
Governor Mitt Romney will be in Ames, Iowa on July 29th to meet with leading
Republicans for lunch. Those interested should contact: Tim Moran III,
Commonwealth PAC, office 515-284-1441,