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The Rat Race: Elections 2004

U.S. presidential and congressional elections. Long shots, sure things, and all the obstacles in the maze. From The Gully.

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Election 2000
Burning Issues: Post-9/11
Tuesday, April 20, 2004
Politics returns to campuses
Both campaigns invest heavily in student turnout.
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Poll Shows New Gains for Bush
Advantages over John F. Kerry in public perceptions of who is better equipped to deal with Iraq and the war on terrorism, and has gained ground on domestic issues. (US)

What Awaits the G.O.P. in Convention
The Republicans are coming to New York, holding their convention from Aug. 30 to Sept. 2. Time for the Democrats to take a vacation? No way.
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Specter Sport
Moderate Republicans, look out. Right-wingers are sharpening their swords for a fierce battle -- and not just in Pennsylvania.
American Prospect (US)

Kerry Was Right
Don't look now, but is the Bush administration creeping toward John Kerry's position on Iraq? (US)

Wednesday, April 07, 2004
Kerry Cites Growing Deficit in Scaling Back Proposals
In Cincinnati on Tuesday, Senator John Kerry also accused President Bush of misleading the country on federal spending and the war in Iraq.
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Campaign hammer and tongs are out unusually early
A widely unpopular Iraq war and severe job losses have reignited an anti-Bush feeling that carried over from an election that many Democrats believe he stole from Al Gore.
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Check, Please
Catching John Kerry on the stump in Beverly Hills, hold the food.
American Prospect (US)

The sideline states
New York, California, Texas, and 28 other states considered 'out of play' for 2004 election; will be spared most of ad barrage.
Working For Change (US)

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