Meanwhile, as we await the final results on the Senate side, Space Politics contemplates some effects of the democratic takeover of the House on space issues. Uh-oh. Looks like Rep. Oberstar gets himself a chairmanship. We know about the congressman and his space regulatory activities. I agree with Jeff, there's not much in last month's GAO report to fuel Oberstar's desire to amend CSLAA. But then, he didn't need much encouragement before.
Ok, (not to change the subject, but...) a few non-election items today:
I'll save some items for later (in the event I post a Friday Flybys this week).
Meanwhile, perhaps someone ought to offer Speaker-to-be Nancy Pelosi a complimentary sub-orbital flight? That should give her some great perspective on new directions in space business.