Today’s the day Florida decides…

by | Jan 29, 2008 | Seradata News | 1 comment

So who will win and what space policy is being promised to the Floridians? Do they care?

Unsurprisingly Jeff Foust’s Space Politics website usurps all in this area and so expect most of this, unless stated, to be links to his handywork

So go here for the latest on ex-New York mayor Rudy Giuliani’s space related comments including his budget demands and here for Republican nominee pack leader John McCain’s view
And for those of you who missed it here is the outcome of Guiliani’s roundtable on space and here it is again

On the budget issue Shana Dale might want to grab one of these potential future president’s for a quick chat about her agency’s preparations as seen in this blog post by the deputy administrator herself

And for those of you who want to help Shana by lobbying your representatives, go here for pro space activism or here for even more

And it seems asking space policy related questions has been a popular feature of the electorial process so far

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