Friday, June 13, 2003
LINK - Staffers working for U.S. Rep. Bob Etheridge of North Carolina (who supports Edwards) sport Dean bumper stickers.
LINK - Buried at the bottom of today's column, NY Post reporter John Podhoretz issues a correction, stating he mistakenly identified Dean as the the man who said that Bush's exaggerations were worse than Watergate. The quote should have been attributed to former Nixon staffer John Dean.
LINK - The Wisconsin Democratic Convention starts today, and Dean will be there! Can one of the good folks at Wisconsin for Dean please provide some information for folks who'd like to attend? We briefly covered this in an earlier post, but would love an update if anyone has it. Right now it looks like the Rally page on DeanForAmerica is bogged down due to traffic, so let me repost the info: There's a public rally at 4:30 pm and the convention begins at 8:00pm. You must register in order to attend the convention. It's only $20.00! Call 608-255-5172. Also, this Reuters article explains why Wisconsin is an important primary state, and the only candidate to rate a mention is our own Howard Dean.
LINK - Gov Dean was in New Hampshire yesterday to kick off his "House Call" healthcare campaign, and he visited Lamprey Healthcare. This brief article essentially states that his message resonated very well with those in the medical community.
LINK - Today, Slate takes a critical look at the candidacy of Bob Graham, and he appears to defend Dean. Hey William, are you on the bandwagon or is it too early for you to declare your support? We'd love to have you.... =)
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