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Monday, January 05, 2004

 

What's Tom Harkin Going To Do?

posted by Heath at Monday, January 05, 2004 permalink View blog reactions
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We're all doing what we can in our own ways to make the big push in Iowa and New Hampshire. Tomorrow we get a major endorsement from former Senator Bill Bradley D-NJ in Manchester, NH. Another huge coup for Dean, given the horse race going on in Iowa, would be an endorsement from Tom Harkin in Iowa.

Perhaps a decision has already been made. I'm not sure if Harkin will even take sides but what do you think he will do? Will he endorse Dean as a nod to his old pal Wellstone who would have questioned his Iraq War vote? Will he give the nod to his old chum Gephardt from a neighboring state? Are there other unknown allegiences with others?

Either way--PLEASE LOBBY FOR DEAN while we still have time!!! Make a quick call or send an email please.

HARKIN WASHINGTON OFFICE
731 Hart Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510
(202) 224-3254 Phone
(202) 224-9369 Fax
(202) 224-4633 TDD

EMAIL HERE


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