Tactics and Substance in the 2004 Elections GoogleNews: Howard Dean

June 30, 2004

by V

Last day for giving

It's the last day of the quarter, and all around the blogosphere there are pleas to give money to various candidates so they can show good numbers in their financial reports. I'd like to add one more for your consideration, because he should be rewarded for his principled stands.

He's the man who single-handedly halted the right wing's takeover of the Senate at the beginning of Bush's term. The Republicans had to wait until they scared everyone stupid in the 2002 elections to regain the majority.

Though he isn't a Democrat, he caucuses with them.

He endorsed Howard Dean.

Ladies, gentlemen, I give you:

Jim Jeffords, Independent Senator from Vermont. UPDATE: Doh! Whoops! My bad! He's not up for re-election until 2006. (At which point, I will stump for him again, don't get me wrong...)

Better today would be donations to any of the Dean Dozens or the dKos 8.
Posted by V at June 30, 2004 11:28 AM

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