Tactics and Substance in the 2004 Elections GoogleNews: Howard Dean

October 1, 2003

by J

Whooopsy Daisy!

Oversight? What? Wesley Clark still hasn't bothered to register as a Democrat.
It may come as a surprise to some of his supporters, but Democratic Presidential candidate Wesley K. Clark still hasn't joined the Democratic Party. According to the Pulaski County (Ark.) Voter Registrar's office, the former four-star general remains a registered independent. Even though he has been a declared candidate for the Dem nomination for two weeks now, he has yet to officially change his party affiliation.

A Clark campaign spokesman at first told BusinessWeek that the former general had in fact updated his voter registration to reflect his newfound status as a Democrat. But a call to the Pulaski County Voter Registrar indicated otherwise. When asked to explain the discrepancy, campaign consultant Mark Fabiani says Clark hadn't yet had time to register as a Democrat.

He adds that the fledgling White House seeker plans to make his Democratic status official as soon as he gets a breather. "This has been a whirlwind two weeks," says Fabiani. "There are a lot of things we have to do, and that's one of them."
Uhh. Yah! Good grief. Amateurs! I mean, we know that Clark snagged up all the supposed 'pros' but what the heck? This isn't teeball on the White House lawn! I'm unimpressed.
Posted by J at October 1, 2003 01:51 PM

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