Tactics and Substance in the 2004 Elections GoogleNews: Howard Dean

February 10, 2004

by V

Clark to drop out, according to AP

ABCNEWS.com : AP: Clark Drops Out of Presidential Race
Wesley Clark, the novice politician with four-star military credentials, abandoned his presidential bid Tuesday after two third-places finishes in the South, the Associated Press has learned.

The retired Army general will return to Little Rock, Ark., on Wednesday to announce his departure from the race, said a senior adviser, speaking on condition of anonymity.
Given his position in the delegate counts and his showing in the Virginia primary, I'm not surprised.

I can't even say his was a precipitous fall, because he never really rose that high...

This should bode well for Edwards.

Will Clark endorse anyone, or stay out of it for now? I expect him to remain neutral.
Posted by V at February 10, 2004 11:26 PM

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