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  1. endorsements
    Kagan Gets Surprise Stamp of Approval From Laura Bush“I just like women to be represented in all parts of American political and civic life.”
  2. endorsements
    Karl Rove Thinks Harold Ford Jr. Is ‘Attractive’This is an endorsement he might want to give back.
  3. tiger catches tail
    Consulting Firm Terminates Tiger Woods’s Endorsement Deal“He is no longer the right representative.”
  4. early and often
    Candidates for Manhattan D.A. Breathlessly Await Times EndorsementWho annoys the editorial board the least?
  5. early and often
    Powell: How Important Is the Most Important Endorsement of the Campaign?The political commentariat seems to agree on two things right now: (1) Endorsements never matter, and (2) Colin Powell’s endorsement does matter, somewhat.
  6. early and often
    McCain Drops Pastors Like They’re HotYesterday, John McCain rejected the endorsement and support of not one but two crazy pastors!
  7. early and often
    The Edwards Endorsement: What Will the White People Think?Given that Barack Obama has been struggling to win over this very demographic, it probably would have helped if Edwards made his long-sought endorsement earlier in the race.
  8. early and often
    Elizabeth Edwards Responds to John HeilemannIn an MSNBC interview, the former candidate’s wife claims she likes Hillary’s health-care plan and finds Obama to be “charming,” but still won’t make an endorsement of either.
  9. early and often
    Ted Kennedy’s Considerable Weight Handy in Obama EndorsementBarack Obama came away from Saturday’s shellacking of Hillary Clinton in South Carolina with more than a few delegates: Ted Kennedy, elder statesmen of liberal politics, is throwing his considerable heft (bloat?) behind Obama’s candidacy. And of course his niece Caroline Kennedy, JFK’s daughter, also endorsed Obama in the Times. What will be the impact of Camelot’s endorsement? Not much? Or, as seems to be the popular consensus, a whole lot?