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11:25 PM ET, February 10, 2008


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Chris Greenberg / Associated Press:
Clinton replaces campaign manager  —  Patti Solis Doyle is replaced by longtime aide Maggie Williams  —  Patti Solis Doyle is shown in a file photo.  —  Video: In her own words  —  Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y., speaks to the primary themes of her presidential campaign.  —  Cartoons: Clinton
Arianna Huffington / The Huffington Post:
Who Is Maggie Williams?  —  The announcement that Maggie Williams just became Hillary Clinton's new campaign manager sent me back to a column I wrote about her over ten years ago:  —  Fallen Angels In Clinton's Rogues' Gallery  —  November 17, 1997  —  One of the most distressing features …
Steve / The Washington Note:
Clinton Campaign Shake-Up: Patti Solis Doyle Steps Down  —  Hillary Clinton Campaign Director Patti Solis Doyle has stepped down.  —  Maggie Williams will now take her place.  Mark Penn stays where he is, for the time being.  —  Big news.  — Steve Clemons
Ben Smith / Ben Smith's Blogs:
Clinton campaign manager out  —  Clinton's campaign manager, Patti Solis Doyle, left the position today, to be replaced by Clinton's former top White House aide, Maggie Williams.  The change formalizes a shift in the campaign's power structure that began to set in after Clinton's win in New Hampshire,
Discussion: and GINA COBB
Chris Cillizza / The Fix:
Clinton Campaign Manager Steps Aside  —  Patti Solis Doyle, the campaign manager for Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton's (N.Y.) presidential bid, has stepped down from that post and will be replaced by longtime Clinton operative Maggie Williams.  —  “This week Maggie will begin to assume the duties …
Associated Press:   Barack Obama Wins Grammy for Spoken Word Book
Sheryl Gay Stolberg / New York Times:   Bush Calls McCain a ‘True Conservative’
Hamil R. Harris / Washington Post:
Bill Clinton Stumps at Area Churches
Discussion: The Page
Clinton Statement /
Clinton Campaign Manager Steps Down
Discussion: Associated Press
Sasha Johnson / CNN:
Clinton replaces campaign manager
Discussion: Political Machine
Pat Wellenbach / Associated Press:
Obama wins Maine caucuses  —  With 70 percent counted, he had 57 percent to Clinton's 42 percent  —  Barack Obama supporter Pak Lul, who recently became an American citizen and was originally from the Sudan, leaves the caucus in Arrowsic, Maine, on Sunday.  —  Slide show  —  Voters cast their ballots
Matthew Yglesias:
Maine for Obama  —  Back in October 2007, Clinton was beating Obama in Maine by a hilarious 47 to 10 margin, but it seems he's carried the state today, once again by a large margin.  My understanding, though, is that this doesn't really count because it's a small state …
Jake Tapper / ABCNEWS:
Clinton Campaign Manager Calls It Quits  —  Former First Lady's Chief of Staff to Take Over Running Presidential Race  —  Patti Solis Doyle announced that she is stepping down as the campaign manager for the presidential campaign of Sen. Hilary Clinton, D-N.Y., ABC News has learned that this afternoon.
Dean Goodman / Reuters:
Obama or Clinton?  Grammys go for Obama  —  LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Fresh from their feud on the campaign trail, Democratic presidential contender Barack Obama beat Bill Clinton in a contest almost as closely watched as the primaries being waged across the United States — the music industry's Grammy Awards.
Discussion: DownWithTyranny! and Soccer Dad
Accounting 101: The Clintons
Discussion: Outside The Beltway and Macsmind
Josh Marshall / Talking Points Memo:
A LITTLE WEIRD  —  As you know, John McCain lost two of the three contests yesterday.  He was losing narrowly in Washington state and then pulled ahead by a narrow margin (less than two points) toward the end.  But then with 87% of the returns counted, the Washington state GOP, which runs the caucuses stopped releasing results.
Josh Marshall / Talking Points Memo:   WE BEEN ROBBED  —  Here's a press release just put out by the Huckabee campaign ...
You Decide 08!:
Fin Gomez / FOX Embeds:
Fox News Exclusive: Huckabee Campaign Calls for “Full Investigation” …
Discussion: and Wizbang
Domenico Montanaro / MSNBC:
Discussion: Seattle Times, Daily Kos and Redstate
Greg Sargent / TPM Election Central:
Edwards Aide: John Having Private Endorsement Discussions With Hillary, Obama; “Greater Than 50% Chance” He'll Endorse  —  An Edwards aide confirms to me that John Edwards met privately with Hillary on Thursday to discuss the possibility of making an endorsement, and will meet with Obama tomorrow, as first reported by Mark Halperin.
Discussion: The Page
Edwards meeting with Clinton, Obama on endorsement  —  (CNN) — CNN has learned that former Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards met with Hillary Clinton Thursday, and is meeting with Barack Obama Monday, to discuss a possible primary endorsement.  —  The Thursday meeting …
Discussion: MyDD and Blog
Ben Smith / The Politico:   Bush attacks Obama
Scott Horton / Harper's:
Corruption in a U.S. Attorney's Office  —  One of Weimar Germany's great satirists, Kurt Tucholsky, once offered some very pointed analysis.  “If you want to judge the internal qualities of any society,” he said, “I give you this test.  How do they treat the political opposition?
Discussion: At-Largely
Jeff E. Schapiro /
Poll: Obama, McCain lead in Va.  —  Both enjoy sizable leads over rivals as primary approaches Tuesday  —  Barack Obama and John McCain may be cruising toward blowout wins in Virginia's presidential primary Tuesday.  —  Among the Democrats, the poll conducted for the Richmond Times-Dispatch …
Patterico's Pontifications:
Tim Rutten Lies About Cheney's CPAC Speech  —  Tim Rutten: … I found it curious that Cheney would say he was “glad the administration had tortured people.”  That doesn't sound like something he'd say.  And I don't really trust Tim Rutten, since he has lied to me so many times in the past.
Discussion: and Redstate
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