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Presidential Electability?

In a good example of corporate media striving to narrow down the Democratic primary field USA Today (12/18/07) had a story on candidates’ electability that wrote all but two of them out of existence. The story opened with the statement that “Illinois Sen. Barack Obama fares better than New York Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton against…

How Edwards can, and will, win in Iowa

The December 24th issue of Newsweek has coverage of John Edwards campaign for President as it’s cover story.  The Road Warrior Even if he loses in Iowa’s bigger cities, Edwards can still win by wrapping up smaller, far-flung precincts. On the stump, Edwards campaigns with the urgency of a man who is running out of…

Presidential Candidate Forum in LA Tomorrow

Hey, there! Are you having a hard time figuring out who you’ll be voting for President? Would you like to hear where the candidates stand on your issues? Do you want to get beyond the shouting, and actually learn something for a change? Well then, you should attend the Asian American Action Fund’s 2008 LA…

Edwards Wins a Key Iowa Backer

The New York Times Politics Blog is reporting that Senator John Edwards will receive a key endorsement in Iowa on Monday. December 2, 2007,  9:06 pm Edwards Wins a Key Iowa Backer By Jeff Zeleny DES MOINES – John Edwards is set to collect a key Iowa endorsement tomorrow from one of the state’s Democratic…

New Hampshire: Clinton Lead Falls To Single Digits

December 1, 2007 (Rasmussen Reports) – In New Hampshire, home to the first-in-the-nation Presidential Primary, Hillary Clinton’s lead over Barack Obama is now measured in single digits. The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone poll of the state’s Likely Primary Voters shows Clinton with 33% of the vote while Obama attracts 26%. John Edwards is the top…

Mud Bath?

(CNN) — Trying to establish herself in the minds of voters as the more experienced candidate and facing a shrinking lead in New Hampshire, Sen. Hillary Clinton took a sharp dig Tuesday at her closest Democratic rival, Sen. Barack Obama. Clinton zeroed in on Obama’s remark that his “strongest” foreign policy experience came from living…

Edwards responds to “Mudslinging” charge on Face the Nation

H/T Huffington Post ‘Mudslinging’ against Clinton: This is ‘milquetoast’ Former Sen. John Edwards, who ran for president in 2004 with an unfailingly upbeat campaign and then joined the ticket of his party’s nominee, has come back this year with a fighting edge – an edge which Sen. Hillary Clinton of New York has likened to…