Monday, February 12, 2007

On the national level...

Illinois Sen. Barack Obama makes his first appearance in New Hampshire since officially joining the 2008 presidential sweepstakes. His visit today follows NY Sen. Hillary Clinton's two-day stop in the Granite State.

Connecticut Sen. Christopher J. Dodd brings his presidential campaign to the Big Apple today. Dodd will address the annual meeting of the Democratic Leadership for the 21st Century as it kicks off its 2008 Road to White House Series tonight at the Red Sky Lounge.

And back in Washington, the House is getting ready for a three-day debate over the increase in troops to Iraq. The House will be debating a non-binding resolution expressing its opposition to the president's plan, with every member of the House - all 435 - being offered five minutes to comment on the proposal. The debate begins Tuesday, and is likely to run through Thursday.


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