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Today in Black America - November 1

POSTED: November 01, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Conservative Donors Lay a Base for 2012 Elections

Parties Ramp Up Appeals on Last Weekend of Campaigning

A Difficult Final Weekend on the Trail

With Victory, Republicans Would Face Uncertainty

Young Voters Say They Feel Abandoned

A Donation Clouds Fox News Report

Mayoral Race Bares Division Among Hispanics

In Albany, Democrats Face Losing the Senate

The Shame of New York

Mugged by the Moralizers

Sorry State of Gun Control


Baltimore Sun

University education programs brace for impact of K-12 reforms

StraighterLine's challenge to the rising cost of college

No weekend off on busy home stretch for O'Malley, Ehrlich

Hundreds protest state plans to build youth jail in city


The Christian Science Monitor

Down to the wire, it's crunch time for Democrats and Obama

President Obama's bittersweet political homecoming

Outside groups dominate 2010 campaign spending

Obama can let Palestinians seek state recognition at the UN


Star Ledger

N.J. candidates stump as election approaches

Analysts debate financial benefit of Super Bowl at New Meadowlands Stadium

U.S. health care law may allow free contraception for women

N.J. schools turn to fundraising to make up for budget cuts

With ARC tunnel scrapped, NJ Transit officials wonder what to do with $47 million worth of North Bergen property

Stimulus benefits upstart businesses along Newark's Halsey Street


Detroit Free Press

DPS to host fund-raiser preview

Detroit police host Halloween parties; firefighters on run

New law enforcement partnership aims to reduce violent crime


Philadelphia Inquirer

Corbett, Onorato make a last stand among voters in the Philadelphia area

Democrats' apathy could boost GOP in Pa.

Marketing cost DRPA $841,000 since 2006

Camden County College breaks ground on a science building


Atlanta Journal Constitution

South Carolina minister leads rally demanding Bishop Long step down

Halloween prank turns deadly; teen shot, killed after suspected egging

Murder trial a window into vicious Atlanta gang

Georgia schools thinking more about college

AJC poll shows Barnes, Deal likely heading toward runoff


The Washington Post

As Midwest suffers, Democrats may lose a key foothold

Poll: Dems split over handing Obama '12 nomination
 
How Obama might recover

Republicans poised to make gains; House could fall, Senate unlikely

In Ky. town, fear that United States is being destroyed

For four Virginia Democrats, it's sink or swim time in a GOP current

With images of civil rights, blacks urged to vote


Chicago Tribune

Cynthia Plaster Caster runs for Chicago mayor

Fraternity's Project Alpha helps young men talk about sex and sexuality

Rev. Jesse Jackson expresses solidarity with Jewish community

Durbin could become majority leader if Harry Reid loses Tuesday


Los Angeles Times

Candidates and their supporters pull out all the stops

Final Gallup Poll sees historic GOP wave into 'uncharted territory' of a 60-seat gain or beyond

As young governor, Brown went his own way

Drawing on family to aid political fight

Judge delays elimination of state child-care program

State universities discuss fee hikes

Civil rights suit to be filed in fatal officer-related Westlake shooting

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