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  • Ex-Kerry running mate to join Harvard as fellow

    03/03/2005 3:39:06 AM PST · by r5boston · 11 replies · 377+ views
    Boston Herald ^ | Thursday, March 3, 2005 | AP
    Democratic vice presidential candidate and former senator John Edwards [related, bio] will be among visiting fellows at Harvard University's Institute of Politics this spring, the school announced yesterday.       Edwards, 51, of North Carolina ran for the Democratic nomination for president before being chosen as U.S. Sen. John Kerry's running mate last year.       He will join U.S. Rep. Jim Kolbe (R-Ariz.) and Michael Deaver, international vice chairman of Edelman Worldwide and former deputy chief of staff to President Ronald Reagan.       Typically, visiting fellows meet with various student groups to discuss topical issues and their experiences in public and...
  • Complete election results for ALL presidental candidates(updated at 4 30 pm eastern)

    11/03/2004 2:46:38 PM PST · by freepatriot32 · 3 replies · 910+ views
    chonlalonde.blogspot.com ^ | 11 3 04 | Chon LaLonde
    Update at 4:30 pm nov 3 results for all presidental candidates ALL CANDIDATES CANDIDATE VOTE TOTAL VOTE % John Kerry, Democrat 55,104,702 48% George W. Bush, Republican (incumbent) 58,640,799 51% Ralph Nader, independent 392,219 0% Michael Badnarik, Libertarian 374,741 0% Michael Peroutka, constitution party 129,162 0% David Cobb, green party 104,591 0% Leonard Peltier, peace and freedom party 21,616 0% Gene Amondson, Prohibition Party 1,895 0% Andy Andress, Unaffiliated (no websites for candidate or party )716 0% Walter Brown, Socialist Party USA 10,258 0% Roger Calero, socialist workers party 5,263 0% Earl F. Dodge, Prohibition party 122 0% Thomas Harens,...
  • BRECK GIRL SPEECH LIVE THREAD

    07/28/2004 7:51:12 PM PDT · by GailA · 98 replies · 2,975+ views
    FR ^ | 7/28/04 | ME
    He's giving his 2 America's stump speech...crowd going nuts.
  • Free Republic "Bump List" Register

    09/30/2001 4:46:44 AM PDT · by John Robinson · 191 replies · 12,118+ views
    I have created a public register of "bump lists" here on Free Republic. I define a bump list as a name listed in the "To" field used to index articles. Free Republic Bump List Register
  • Hillary Clinton Won't Speak in Boston

    07/14/2004 12:13:34 PM PDT · by freepatriot32 · 29 replies · 1,599+ views
    aolnews ^ | 7 14 04 | RAYMOND HERNANDEZ and JOHN FILES
    WASHINGTON (July 13) - The Democratic National Committee released on Tuesday its lineup of the big-name politicians speaking at the convention this month, and it included every major Democratic star except one. There were Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter, near the top of the list. Al Gore was there, too, and so was Edward M. Kennedy. Even the wife of the Iowa governor made the cut. But Hillary Rodham Clinton, the junior senator from New York and one of the most prominent names in the party, was nowhere to be found. That caught the attention of many Democrats, who wondered...
  • Homosexual Statement Points of John Kerry and John Edwards From Their Websites

    02/20/2004 2:11:23 AM PST · by longtermmemmory · 11 replies · 395+ views
    Candidate websites. | 2/20/2004 | John Kerry and John Edwards
    From John Edwards web site: *** Statement Of Senator Edwards On Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Decision Senator John Edwards (D-NC) released the following statement today: "As I have long said, I believe gay and lesbian Americans are entitled to equal respect and dignity under our laws. While I personally do not support gay marriage, I recognize that different states will address this in different ways, and I will oppose any effort to pass an amendment to the United States Constitution in response to the Massachusetts decision. "We are a nation comprised of men and women from all walks of life....
  • A duel of electability for Kerry and Edwards

    02/19/2004 11:03:02 PM PST · by FairOpinion · 9 replies · 200+ views
    Boston Globe ^ | Feb. 20, 2004 | Scot Lehigh
    <p>IT WASN'T a win that John Edwards scored in Wisconsin, but his strong second-place showing nevertheless got the North Carolinian what he has long sought. That's a one-on-one race with the front-runner.</p> <p>ADVERTISEMENT If John Kerry has soared since Iowa, Edwards has merely survived, struggling to outlast rivals Howard Dean and Wesley Clark. But survive he has. And though Kerry retains a strong advantage in this race, Edwards now has a chance to show exactly what he's made of.</p>
  • Edwards: GOP Exploiting NYC's Pain

    02/19/2004 8:52:46 PM PST · by FairOpinion · 53 replies · 247+ views
    Newsday ^ | Feb. 19, 2004 | Glenn Thrush
    Albany -- A fire-breathing John Edwards stormed into the city Thursday and accused President George W. Bush of steering the GOP convention to New York to "exploit" the city's suffering on Sept. 11, 2001 for political gain. Republican Mayor Michael Bloomberg said he had wanted the city to host the Democratic convention, too, but party boss Terry McAuliffe demanded "an exclusive," leaving New York to the Republicans. "I don't think that either party, if they had their convention here is trying is to exploit 9/11" Bloomberg said during a news conference in Washington Heights. In his speech, Edwards focused on...
  • Jesse Jackson: Buchanan Closer to Edwards Than Bush

    02/19/2004 4:39:32 PM PST · by 11th Earl of Mar · 38 replies · 229+ views
    MSNBC ^ | 2/19/04
    Hardball with Chris Matthews Feb. 18, Wednesday JACKSON: ... student activists and Pat Buchanan all support Edwards. That itself is a broadening of the base. MATTHEWS: Do you support Edwards? BUCHANAN: I support Edwards‘ campaign, yes. I would like to see him do well. I would like to see him go forward with this issue. I would like to see him make it at the convention, because it‘s important for the country. (CROSSTALK) MATTHEWS: Reverend Jackson (CROSSTALK) JACKSON: And Pat Buchanan is closer ideologically to John Edwards than he is to George Bush. And that itself again is expanding the...
  • Searching for the Heart of John Edwards

    02/19/2004 1:10:42 PM PST · by Helms · 20 replies · 1,375+ views
    LA Weekly ^ | FEBRUARY 13 - 19, 2004 | by Howard Blume
    Searching for the Heart of John Edwards A trip home to assess the legendary lawyer by Howard Blume An angel of vermont marble cradles a stone image of Wade Edwards, who died at 16. John Edwards commissioned the Robert Mahaly sculpture to mark his son's grave. (Photo by Sara B. Davis) For some years, I’ve had two unusual links to John Edwards, the trial attorney–turned–presidential contender. First, Edwards was senior partner in the small law firm that employed a close friend, someone I’d grown up with in North Carolina. And second, another close childhood friend had been a client of...
  • Political Teaser [Edwards/Dean Arranging NYC Endorsement Meeting this Weekend]

    02/19/2004 7:31:00 AM PST · by chucknun · 63 replies · 199+ views
    CNN 'Morning Grind' ^ | Feb. 19, 2004 | John Mercurio
    A fascinating mating dance is taking place off camera between US Senator John Edwards and Former Vermont Governor Howard Dean, who seldom shades his disdain for his fellow New Englander, and sources say, has made overtures to Edwards since he left the 2004 Democratic Primary. Dean and Edwards spoke cordially by phone yesterday morning, and we hear, are trying to arrange a face to face meeting in the run up to Super Tuesday March 2.Such a meeting could take place as early as this weekend in New York City.Few things would upend this race more than Dean's decision to back...
  • Hardball:Sen. John Edwards (on Iraq: No. I didn’t get misled)

    02/19/2004 3:43:19 AM PST · by Eurotwit · 82 replies · 401+ views
    msnbc ^ | Oct.13 2003 | hardball
    Let me ask but the war, because I know these are all students and a lot of guys the age of these students are fighting over there and cleaning up over there, and they’re doing the occupation. Were we right to go to this war alone, basically without the Europeans behind us? Was that something we had to do? EDWARDS: I think that we were right to go. I think we were right to go to the United Nations. I think we couldn’t let those who could veto in the Security Council hold us hostage. And I think Saddam Hussein,...
  • Curious economic plan (Kerry/Edwards)

    02/18/2004 10:50:13 PM PST · by kattracks · 6 replies · 204+ views
    Washington Times ^ | 2/19/04 | Donald Lambro
    <p>Sen. John Edwards' last-minute business investment plan tells us all we need to know about the confused state of Democrats' economic policy.</p> <p>Think I'm exaggerating? Well, if the pivotal political issue in this year's presidential campaign boils down to the mantra "it's the economy, stupid," as I think it will, then the freshman North Carolina senator's offering must rank as one of the dopiest ideas to come down the pike.</p>
  • Kerry, Edwards Lead Bush by Double Digits Among Likely Voters

    02/18/2004 10:05:05 PM PST · by RWR8189 · 44 replies · 230+ views
    Gallup News Service ^ | February 19, 2004 | David W. Moore
    Support stimulated by especially high interest among Democrats PRINCETON, NJ -- In a hypothetical presidential contest, Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry leads President George W. Bush by 12 percentage points among likely voters, 55% to 43%, while North Carolina Sen. John Edwards leads Bush by 10 points, 54% to 44%. According to the latest CNN/USA Today/Gallup poll, these figures represent a significant improvement in the Democratic candidates' strength from 10 days ago, when Bush had a one-point lead over Kerry and a four-point lead over Edwards. At the end of January, Kerry enjoyed a seven-point lead and Edwards a one-point...
  • Edwards to Come Under Closer Scrutiny

    02/18/2004 4:52:51 PM PST · by Leroy S. Mort · 20 replies · 212+ views
    AP ^ | Feb 18, 2004
    WASHINGTON (AP) - While John Edwards comes across as articulate and folksy, his lack of political and foreign policy experience could become a liability in the homestretch for the Democratic presidential nomination. But the North Carolina senator's supporters say he's been underestimated before, and that he has a way of connecting with audiences, particularly with his stump message about the ``two Americas'' for the rich and for everybody else.A self-made millionaire trial lawyer who projects the image of a common man, Edwards has flown mostly under the political radar as most attention focused first on Howard Dean and then on...
  • Kerry Looks to Pick Fight With Edwards (Let the Games Begin!!)

    02/18/2004 12:20:58 PM PST · by areafiftyone · 20 replies · 152+ views
    DAYTON, Ohio - Democratic front-runner John Kerry had kind words Wednesday for longtime nemesis Howard Dean as he exited the race for the nomination but signaled a new phase of engagement with John Edwards. Edwards came within six points of defeating Kerry in Tuesday's Wisconsin primary, the closest race that Kerry has faced since the Iowa caucuses. Dean finished a distant third, suffering a crushing 17th loss that forced him to quit. While speaking with reporters Wednesday, Kerry dismissed key points of Edwards' campaign and questioned whether a candidate's background should be an issue. Edwards often tells voters that he...
  • Edwards, On A Roll, Would Welcome Dean's Support

    02/18/2004 9:09:14 AM PST · by yoe · 9 replies · 131+ views
    CNSNEWS ^ | Feb. 18, 2004 | Susan Jones
    Sure, John Kerry won the Wisconsin Democratic primary, but a day later, everyone's talking about John Edward's strong second-place showing. Edwards, who received several Wisconsin newspaper endorsements, made it a much closer race than many polls and analysts predicted. In the end, he trailed Kerry by only six percentage points. On Tuesday night, an enthusiastic Edwards joked that, "Objects in your mirror may be closer than they appear." On Wednesday morning, Edwards called his strong showing "surprising," even to him. "We expected to surge, but the strength of the surge was amazing," he said. In a Wednesday morning Today show...
  • Kerry Dismisses Edwards

    02/18/2004 6:52:40 AM PST · by Republican Red · 24 replies · 175+ views
    <p>MIDDLETON, Wis. — Despite winning a squeaker in Wisconsin Tuesday night, John Kerry (search) said he was confident he would be the Democratic nominee for president and publicly ignored the chase from rival John Edwards (search).</p> <p>"We're going to win the nomination," Kerry said in an interview with The Associated Press. "I'm elated."</p>
  • Bad News for Kerry: Moderates Prefer Edwards

    02/18/2004 6:24:44 AM PST · by areafiftyone · 67 replies · 235+ views
    Newsmax ^ | 2/18/04
    Although John Kerry narrowly won Wisconsin's primary last night, the big story is his poor showing among mainstream voters, a disastrous trend for him in the general election in November. The talking heads were abuzz about this on the cable news shows last night, and the Associated Press noted today: "Edwards finished far better than pre-primary polls suggested he would, his surge fueled by the highest Republican turnout of the primary season and voters who made up their minds in the last week. His deepest support was in the GOP suburbs of Milwaukee." Edwards won pluralities of independents and Republicans....
  • Questions the media won't ask John Edwards

    02/18/2004 5:20:39 AM PST · by gonewt · 17 replies · 215+ views
    vanity
    In early 2001, I (a North Carolina voter) decided to take a look at John Edwards's voting record. I was quite surprised to see that not only did he vote against almost every tax cut that came before him, he also voted against the partial birth abortion ban! These votes puzzled me. How could he possibly run for re-election on this record? Then I realized that he didn't intend to run for re-election. The guy was clearly cozying up to Daschle & co. in preparation for a run for the White House. So, I launched Edwards04.com in February 2001. Sure...