The new Issue of Electronic Gaming Monthly (209, Nov 2006) has an article that lists the latest in politicians that use video games in their campaigns. Arnie, Lieberman, Leland Yee, Clinton and Doug Lowenstein are mentioned here in a who's who format.
It mentions news that GP has brought out already, so it's not news to anyone here. Stuff like Louisiana's Kathleen Blanco's bill, the one where a law would fine vendors + prison time for selling violent games to minors. And Judge James Brady's preliminary injunction against it.
Though it mentions Hot Coffee, Video Game Voters Network, and the Daily Show, curiously, no mention about Gamepolitics or Dennis, anywhere!