Election 2010 links for April 14: IRS commissioner won't say how many new IRS agents are needed to enforce Obamacare

IRS Commissioner Doug Shulman would not say during today’s Small Business Committee hearing how many new IRS personnel will be needed to enforce the mandates in Obamacare.

Waxman cancels Obamacare CEO inquisition.

Polls from Susquehanna and Rasmussen Reports both show Pat Toomey, R, leading Sen. Arlen Specter, D, by ten points.

Specter releases his first TV ads of the campaign.

Gov. Pat Quinn, D, appoints Illinois' first Canoe Czar. His longtime advisor gets the $85,000 post, even as he threatens to fire hundreds of state troopers and lay off teachers due to state budget woes.

From April 8: Could Democrat Forrest Claypool replace Alexi Giannoulias on the Illinois ballot for U.S. Senate? (Probably not, but not a bad idea for a struggling Obama.)

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