Tactics and Substance in the 2004 Elections GoogleNews: Howard Dean

July 18, 2003

by J

Dean's Brother Campaigns for Him

Jim Dean, Howard Dean's brother, switched from unaffiliated to Republican to vote for McCain in 2000. He has now left the Republican party to campaign for his brother.
Dean, 49, is working full time - mostly fund-raising - for his older brother's campaign, the Connecticut Post reported.

"I feel like I'm almost on a tidal wave on a very small surfboard," he said. "Knowing this juggernaut is going on so close to your life is definitely an eye-opener."
Just goes to show, the party apparatus is becoming more and more meaningless at the same time it's garnering more power for itself.

Go, People-Powered Howard!
Posted by J at July 18, 2003 10:36 AM

Jim Dean is the new Chairman of Democracy for America. Hopefully he left the Republican party for good. Otherwise, sweet!

Nicholas Smith

Posted by: Nicholas Smith at February 15, 2005 01:53 AM

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