Hillary aids Katherine Harris opponent

By WND Staff

Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-N.Y., is directing her political action committee, Hilpac, to support her old Yale Law School classmate Jan Schneider in an uphill race for an open congressional seat against Katherine Harris, Florida’s former secretary of state who made history with her rulings in the presidential deadlock two years ago.

So far, Hilpac has handed out more than $250,000 to Democratic candidates for the Senate and House, including $5,000 to Schneider, Harris’ Democratic opponent, who has raised less than $150,000 at last count.

Harris, meanwhile, has raised $2.6 million and is promoting her new book, “Center of the Storm,” for WND Books. The book, released this week to bookstores, climbed immediately to the top of the book charts following Harris’ appearances on CBS, NBC, CNN, MSNBC, Fox News Channel and dozens of other media outlets.

Harris wrote “Center of the Storm” to answer her critics and tell her friends about the principles she used to weather the stormiest moment of her life – her pivotal role in certifying Florida’s vote making George W. Bush president.

“Center of the Storm” is on sale at a price below Amazon’s at WND’s online store. Autographed copies are also available exclusively at the WND online store.