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Bush Helps Steele to A Quick $500,000

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I thought this was interesting. Despite the continued fall in Bush's approval rating, some 2006 candidates are still bringing him into these fundraisers and aligning themselves with him. They're certainly getting some big money, but will they get the votes in the end? This isn't probably the best way right now to pave the way to a succesful campaign in 06'.

Bush Helps Steele to A Quick $500,000
Visit Puts Spotlight On Balancing Act

BALTIMORE, Nov. 30 -- President Bush choppered into town Wednesday on behalf of Lt. Gov. Michael S. Steele, leaving behind a fatter campaign treasury for Steele's U.S. Senate bid and demands from Democrats that Steele spell out where he stands on the president's agenda.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2005/11/30/AR2005113002096.html
 
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