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  • With help of the Internet, presidential candidate Howard Dean is building a grassroots following

    07/06/2003 6:25:13 PM PDT · by jern · 1 replies · 251+ views
    Baltimore Sun ^ | July 5, 2003 | Rob Hiaasen
  • ...Clinton Sexgate impeachment players on a board of U.S. Catholic bishops ...

    06/28/2003 8:45:18 PM PDT · by narses · 32 replies · 219+ views
    The presence of two key Clinton Sexgate impeachment players on a board of U.S. Catholic bishops convened to monitor the Church's handling of the priest sex abuse scandal is raising eyebrows. "The resignation of former Oklahoma Governor Frank Keating as chairman of the National Review Board formed by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops ... raises additional troubling questions concerning the board's composition," the Washington, D.C.-based legal watchdog group Judicial Watch said on Monday. Serving on the panel all but unnoticed: high-powered Beltway lawyer Robert Bennett, who represented Bill Clinton in the Paula Jones case and presided over Clinton's deposition...
  • From flying toasters to the virtual search for a president (MoveOn.Org Primary)

    06/26/2003 1:46:58 PM PDT · by PJ-Comix · 2 replies · 370+ views
    Independent.Co.UK ^ | June 26, 2003 | Andrew Gumbel
    There was always something quaintly old-fashioned about the way Americans embarked on the long process of choosing their next president: the town hall meetings, the closed-door caucus, the chase for state party delegates. Now, with nine Democrats vying for the job of challenging George Bush in November 2004, the process has been brought bang up to date with the arrival of a potentially revolutionary new tool: the online primary. Yesterday was the second of two days of voting at a political website of growing prominence called MoveOn.org. Proclaiming itself as a new model for grassroots activism - which is to...
  • Internet Presidential Primary Is a Modern Process With Traditional Allegations of Vote-Rigging

    06/19/2003 3:33:37 PM PDT · by Jean S · 10 replies · 219+ views
    AP ^ | 6/19/03 | Nedra Pickler
    WASHINGTON (AP) - More than a million Internet users will be invited to vote in a virtual Democratic primary next week, but this most modern of elections is facing age-old allegations of vote-rigging. Howard Dean, who has built an extensive network of Internet-savvy supporters, is expected to get the most votes in the MoveOn.org primary. Organizers of the site say any advantage for the former Vermont governor is due to his appeal among their members, and not any misdeeds in their process or because one of their employees worked on his campaign. The primary begins Tuesday and voting runs for...