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Some fresh pickings from the political grapevine.
A democratic state senator from Virginia made some bold statements about race and the presidential campaign during a radio interview Friday.
Here's what state senator Louise Lucas said while reportedly speaking on behalf of president Obama's reelection campaign.
-- -- -- -- State population outbid other segment other population.
Who does not -- Fifty people other than a white man in the White House but -- any other elected position Mitt Romney is speaking to.
I've group of people out there who don't like folks like president Barack Obama if any -- -- leadership position he's speak into that brand.
Out there and.
Who do not want to see anybody other -- -- about a white directed lieutenant leadership position.
We reached out to the Obama campaign for comments but did not hear back.
With a little more than three months to go until the election most voters today.
They already know enough about the candidates a new pew research poll shows when it comes to present Obama.
90% say they know what they need to know about him 69%.
Say the same.
About governor Romney.
The PR department at HBO might need a refresher on journalism ethics when it comes to their new TV series the newsroom.
A Forbes writer points out that critics have been cool toward the show which chronicles a fictional cable news -- However you might not know that from this ad that ran in the Hollywood reporter one quoted review reads captivating and riveting rousing.
But the next line in the actual review that red condescending and smug.
Didn't make the -- same for a time reviewer who is quoted as saying.
The pacing is electric.
He also told readers she was not a fan.
That time writer when alerted to his portrayal in the -- told Forbes quote ironic way to promote a journalism drama.
Finally for an administration that prides itself on embracing new media Politico notes.
Vice president Biden's conference call with reporters today was embargoed until the end of the call as in no real time tweeting a -- That has been their policy in the White House says it is for context.
So reporters aren't trying to condense a thirty minute call in to 140 characters.
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