Tactics and Substance in the 2004 Elections GoogleNews: Howard Dean

March 25, 2004

by J

Dean in DC

I saw Dean at an event in D.C. this afternoon. I'm still incredibly charmed by the guy. DC For Dean presented him with some tokens. He gave a nice short speech before heading off to the Unity Dinner. I think he's in it for the long haul. He also referred to Kerry much more familiarly than I've heard him previously, as "John." I suspect those two have actually gotten to know each other as individuals and not as caricatures over the last few weeks.

Among other tidbits gleaned from his brief talk: Dean said he's going to go campaign for Tom Delay's opponent in Texas, he said he wanted DC voting rights in the Democratic platform, and he encouraged everyone to click at DFA 2.0 -- they want it to become more Googular; said that right now people were running into Tocqueville when searching for it, since Google doesn't distinguish between 'in' and 'for.' Hehe.

I took a few pictures; if any of them came out I'll post them later.
Posted by J at March 25, 2004 09:14 PM

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