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Monday, March 17, 2003


video: speech at California Democratic Convention

posted by Aziz P. at Monday, March 17, 2003 permalink View blog reactions
Dean was on CPAN yesterday delivering a speech at the California Dem. Convention. If anyone has the link to video or transcript, please let us know and we will update the post.

In the meantime, read DailyKos's coverage of Day 2 (where Dean cleaned house) and Jerome's reporting, who also points to this early report from AlterNet and an analysis of the top three candidates (Kerry, Edwards, and Dean) from the SacBee. By all accounts, Dean was on fire.

UPDATE: added link to the video. Click above or here.

UPDATE 2: Carl With a K has another video from the convention. Links to Dial up and high-bandwidth versions


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