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Tuesday, February 10, 2004


Trippi Watch, Primary Watch, and Folkbum in Wisconsin

posted by annatopia at Tuesday, February 10, 2004 permalink View blog reactions
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Trippi, Joe (WJGMKIOYYD)
1029 N. Royal St. #350
Alexandria, VA 22314
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Trippi, Joe (37242257P) (deleted for privacy)
1029 N. Royal St. #350
Alexandria, VA 22314
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Record expires on 28-Jan-2014.
Record created on 28-Jan-2004.
Database last updated on 10-Feb-2004 15:39:11 EST.

Via the Kos diaries, I noticed that longtime Dean National folkbum is rallying with Dean tonight in Wisconsin. To sign up for the event, click here. It's at 5:30pm (sorry for the short notice; I just received this).
I also noticed this Virginia field report filed by Vet4Dean over at Kos's place, and Kos has the early exit polls on the main page.


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