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Tuesday, October 28, 2003


Remember New Hampshire

posted by Heath at Tuesday, October 28, 2003 permalink View blog reactions
Meet Dean's Communications Director in New Hampshire--Dorie Clark. She's a big part of the reason why the Dean Team has been consistently communicating a winning message in New Hampshire. Let's not forget, as the winter hits the north, that Dean can use all the help he can get to reach the independent thinking people of New Hampshire.

Dorie's one of those people that makes politics a lot of fun. caught up with her after a rousing Dean Rally in Walpole, NH.

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