Democrats took control of the Senate

Wednesday June 06 by Claudia bourneMSNBC News
As Democrats took control of the Senate Wednesday, their new majority leader, Sen. Tom Daschle, told NBC News that he hoped to convince President Bush that “we can govern together” and that both parties “have to come to the middle” on issues like education, energy and patients’ rights. Control of the Senate changed hands for the first time in history without an election, after Sen. Jim Jeffords made his defection from the Republican Party official.





<< none >>

 



© copyright 2001-2006, created by Omniseek.