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John Edwards, “Your voice will be heard.”

We are trying to construct a more inclusive society. We are going to make a country in which no one is left out. -Franklin D. Roosevelt And then — and then, finally, if you’re one of the millions of Americans who have yet to cast your vote in this democratic process, beginning on February 5th…

Sunday Read: On South Carolina

“The polls were all over the place, so I was prepared for anything,” the Santa Ana resident said, then noted neither of the two Democratic frontrunners has been able to pull ahead yet. “Voters everywhere — Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina … and soon, Florida and California … everybody is deciding for themselves. It’s not…

Some good News for John Edwards and his supporters

I wanted to post some good news for John Edwards, such as the endorsement he received from the Fresno Bee. I think it’s fair to say that John’s outstanding performance at Monday nights debate has really helped put him back in the race and it’s my hope he gets more media attention that he deserves.…

CDC Endorsement Vote Shows Surprising Contest

Despite the short notice and heavy workload during this election cycle, over 150 delegates from across California participated in CDC’s first ever online endorsement vote. Although no candidate received the official 60% needed for an endorsement, the mix of grassroots participants shows a different story than most polls have typically indicated. With 59 votes, Hillary…

What Do the Polls Mean?

I spent last weekend in Las Vegas with my co-blogger Heather and four other John Edwards supporters, walking precincts in Vegas and Henderson, Nevada. We thoroughly covered six large precincts in a variety of types of neighborhoods and had a great time. We did not, however, come back full of hope for Edwards’ chances in…

Edwards is still in the race…

teeth dvd download One of the Campaigns strengths is the use of the media to illustrate a point about the disparity in coverage. I watched the New Hampshire returns and barely heard his name. I listened to NPR and even though he got 17% of the vote, he got 2 minutes out of 60 minutes…