WATCHUNG, N.J. - From an elegant suburban living room, with Yogi Berra at his side, Rudy Giuliani spent a half-hour Wednesday night talking via Webcast about the issues with thousands of supporters at house parties throughout the country.
On the day after the Democratic debate here, the tempest generated by Hillary Rodham Clinton's handling of the issue of driver's licenses for illegal immigrants refused to go away. Democratic and Republican presidential candidates alike joined in criticizing her yesterday - even as several Republicans used the occasion to go after one another.
A poll released yesterday shows the depth of support enjoyed by Hillary Rodham Clinton among women likely to vote in the Democratic presidential primaries. In the survey, taken in New Jersey, Arizona and Georgia, Clinton was backed by 54 percent of Democratic women, compared with 18 percent for Sen. Barack Obama of Illinois and 12 percent for former Sen. John Edwards of North Carolina.
Eichel has served as national political writer, political columnist, national editor and suburban editor. He also has been a foreign correspondent based in London and a national correspondent based in Los Angeles.
He is the co-author of two books and three children.
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