One-Fifth Of House Freshmen Sleep In Offices WASHINGTON - Michigan Congressman Tim Walberg considers sleeping in his Capitol Hill office a luxury. "It's convenient. I don't face the traffic," Walberg told us when we visited him this week on the fourth floor of the Cannon office building. "I can ... 05/25/2011 - 7:25 am | View Link
One-fifth of House freshmen bunk in their office More than one-fifth of House freshman have taken the “bring your work home with you” concept to another level by opting to sleep in their D.C. offices. But many freshmen feel lucky to sleep at their place of employment. They avoid commuting ... 01/23/2011 - 6:36 pm | View Link
One-fifth of House freshmen bunk in their office More than one-fifth of House freshman have taken the “bring your work home with you” concept to another level by opting to sleep in their D.C. offices. But many freshmen feel lucky to sleep at their place of employment. They avoid commuting ... 01/23/2011 - 11:00 am | View Link
One-Fifth of House Freshmen Sleep in Offices The House freshmen sleeping in their office range from ages 37 ... In the 1990s, House Majority Leader Dick Armey of Texas was known to sleep in his office. Now, House Majority Whip Kevin McCarthy of California is a trend setter. (His office declined ... 01/22/2011 - 2:42 am | View Link
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Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC), who is toying with the idea of a presidential bid, joked in a private gathering this month that "white men who are in male-only clubs are going to do great in my presidency," according to an audio recording of his comments provided to CNN.
Graham also cracked wise about Baptists, saying "they're the ones who drink and don't admit it."
Nate Cohn: "Polls show that the Republicans have an advantage in the fight for control of the Senate. They lead in enough states to win control, and they have additional opportunities in North Carolina and New Hampshire to make up for potential upsets. As Election Day nears, Democratic hopes increasingly hinge on the possibility that the polls will simply prove wrong."
"But that possibility is not far-fetched.
A new EPIC-MRA poll in Michigan finds Gary Peters (D) opening a wide lead over Terri Lynn Land (R), 50% to 35%.
"It is Peters' best margin in any EPIC-MRA poll to date and, significantly, it shows him not only with a 20-point lead among women voters but a 10-point lead among men, who had been trending toward Land in earlier polls."