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Friday, December 05, 2003


Momentum in Florida

posted by annatopia at Friday, December 05, 2003 permalink View blog reactions
Via the O-blog comes the news that Dean is now polling ahead of Lieberman in Florida, . Granted, we are within the MOE but this is great news as we head into the Florida Democratic Convention this weekend. Speaking of the convention, are there any Floridians in the audience? Last night a friend and fellow Ranger offered me one of his American Airlines buddy tickets, so I'm flying to Orlando for the event. There are three Rangers going, and we need to find out if we can get a ride from the airport to Disney (we're arriving at 10:30am), and we are also trying to find supporters to stay with on Saturday night. If you can help out, or if you know of anyone we can contact, please email me. Thanks in advance if you can help. Oh, and just for fun, here is the most recent Dean photoshop thread. Some of the images are not safe for work, and most of them are absolutely hilarious.


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