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Congress Should Move On Economy
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Congress Should Move On Economy

© 2002 Copley News Service, 11/8/2002 Something is seriously out of kilter when The New York Times can report, as it did on Sunday: "Stocks thrive on downbeat economic news." Bad news is good, and the worse things get, the more optimistic investors seem to become.

11/08/2002
Election 2002 Round up
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Election 2002 Round up

Click the following links for information on these states:North Carolina PennsylvaniaNew Hampshire

11/08/2002
CSE Grassroots Makes National News
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CSE Grassroots Makes National News

One of the most successful citizen lobby efforts is what likely Texas House Education Chairman called the CSE textbook review process. Rep. Kent Grusendorf is expected to chair the state House education committee next session, but started his career as a citizen who got upset at some anti-free market material in textbooks. He soon found himself on the State Board of Education and then the Texas House of Representatives.

11/08/2002
CSE Mobilizes Voters in North Carolina
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CSE Mobilizes Voters in North Carolina

< table width="489" border="0" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="5" align="center"> Photo from the Raleigh News & Observer. < p> CSE has mailed out this informativ

11/07/2002
CSE Mobilizes Voters in Pennsylvania
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CSE Mobilizes Voters in Pennsylvania

CSE placed 1500 signs in Toomey's district. CSE also made thousands of calls to voters in Toomey's district.

11/06/2002
Washington State Election Update
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Washington State Election Update

Washington CSE reached out to over 40,000 voters in six targeted legislative districts during this election cycle. We educated voters regarding candidates' positions on economic issues such as taxes and jobs. CSE's election information was especially important for independent voters who are concerned about our state's economic climate.

11/06/2002
CSE in the Trenches, Reaching 1.7 Million Voters
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CSE in the Trenches, Reaching 1.7 Million Voters

As voters went to the polls in ten battleground states yesterday, it was likely they had heard from Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE). That’s because CSE ran a massive voter education and “Get Out the Vote” drive to educate and mobilize voters on the important issues: Social Security reform, scraping the tax code, legal reform, and energy security.

11/06/2002
Bush’s Real Election Gamble: Tax Cuts and Social Security Reform
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Bush’s Real Election Gamble: Tax Cuts and Social Security Reform

The liberal media would have you believe that this election was about anything but the issues. They’re characterizing it only in personal terms, as a win for President Bush.

11/06/2002
Win, Lose, or Draw? The Elections and Consumers
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Win, Lose, or Draw? The Elections and Consumers

The 2002 mid-term elections were critical for consumers on a number of issues. While Republicans were of course unchallenged in the executive branch, the battle for control of the legislature has been fierce and the Republican victory has wide ranging implications for a number of policies. With the help of activists across the nation, CSE saw the elections as an opportunity to educate voters and politicians on important questions that affect consumers. With both houses of Congress now controlled by Republicans, the policy agenda may shift in the next two years. Changes may not be dramatic, however, because Democrats have such procedural tactics as the filibuster to temper policies in the Senate.

11/06/2002
In the End, the Issues Matter
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In the End, the Issues Matter

The pundits dubbed this election the “Seinfeld Election.” The so-called “experts” couldn’t detect an overriding national theme. The journalists and consultants decided that issues weren’t important in this election. Instead it would come down to “turnout.” Which party or which candidate could best rally their supporters to show up and vote would win.

11/06/2002

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