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Edwards's Record as A Freshman Senator: Lawmaker Labored on Issues Such as Health Care, Intelligence and Trade (Post, Feb. 29, 2004)

Kerry's Spending, Tax Plans Fall Short: Review of Proposals Shows Expenditures Exceeding Savings by $165 Billion (Post, Feb. 29, 2004)

Shuffling Candidates, Cards in Md.: Democratic Club Members Weigh Primary Choices (Post, Feb. 29, 2004)

Kerry Hits Foreign Policy: Bush Alienates Allies, Senator Says (Post, Feb. 28, 2004)

Edwards Courts Minnesotans: Candidate Seeking Support From Dean Backers in State (Post, Feb. 28, 2004)

Dennis Kucinich, Still Waiting to Be Called On (Post, Feb. 28, 2004)

Dean's Advice: Paint Bush as Radical: Run on Principles, He Tells Democrats (Post, Feb. 27, 2004)

In Debate, Kerry Touts Experience And Edwards Stresses Electability (Post, Feb. 27, 2004)

Ohio a Test for Democrats Now, And for GOP's Dominance Later: 20 Electoral Votes Bush Won Are at Stake (Post, Feb. 27, 2004)

Edwards Presses On Despite Disadvantage: Democrat Struggling as Super Tuesday Nears (Post, Feb. 27, 2004)

Kerry Talks Jobs (Post, Feb. 26, 2004)

Kerry, Edwards Attack Bush on Workers' Woes (Post, Feb. 26, 2004)

Kerry Donors Include 'Benedict Arnolds': Candidate Decries Tax-Haven Firms While Accepting Executives' Aid (Post, Feb. 26, 2004)

A Welcome Diversion for Democrats (Post, Feb. 26, 2004)

A Laid-Back Race in California: Delegate-Rich State Isn't a Big Star in Super Tuesday Campaigning (Post, Feb. 26, 2004)

Kerry Labels Bush a 'Contradiction': Front-Runner Wins Utah, Idaho Races; Edwards Courts Black Voters in Atlanta (Post, Feb. 25, 2004)

Top Md. Democrats Throw Support To Kerry's Camp (Post, Feb. 25, 2004)

Democrats Play Nice in N.Y. Primary: Eagerness to Oust Bush Brings Unusual Harmony (Post, Feb. 25, 2004)

Battleground States Focus on Pocketbook: Governors Expect Tight Race for President With Jobs, Taxes Determining Bush's Fate (Post, Feb. 25, 2004)

President Weighs in On Kerry: Bush Decries Rival, Outlines Campaign (Post, Feb. 24, 2004)

Edwards's Record as A Freshman Senator: Lawmaker Labored on Issues Such as Health Care, Intelligence and Trade (Post, Feb. 29, 2004)
When John Edwards came to Washington 5 years ago as a novice politician, the Senate turned to issues perfectly tailored to his legal background: a president's impeachment and proposals to help Americans fight for health benefits.

Kerry's Spending, Tax Plans Fall Short: Review of Proposals Shows Expenditures Exceeding Savings by $165 Billion (Post, Feb. 29, 2004)
Democratic presidential candidate John F. Kerry repeatedly assures voters he can pay for his top domestic priorities and cut the federal deficit, all by rolling back President Bush's tax cuts for top income earners and shutting down corporate tax loopholes.

Shuffling Candidates, Cards in Md.: Democratic Club Members Weigh Primary Choices (Post, Feb. 29, 2004)
Independent-minded, centrist Democrats make up a key constituency for the candidates seeking a Super Tuesday win.

Kerry Hits Foreign Policy: Bush Alienates Allies, Senator Says (Post, Feb. 28, 2004)
The Massachusetts senator issued a broad condemnation of President Bush's foreign policy Friday, accusing him of alienating allies and stoking anti-American sentiment around the world.

Edwards Courts Minnesotans: Candidate Seeking Support From Dean Backers in State (Post, Feb. 28, 2004)
Returning to Minnesota on Friday for his second visit in a week, Sen. John Edwards (D-N.C.) predicted "big movement" in the state, based in part on support from former backers of ex-candidate Howard Dean.

Dennis Kucinich, Still Waiting to Be Called On (Post, Feb. 28, 2004)
He knows that we know that he knows that we don't know why he is still running, and so here sits Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D-Ohio), all the way at the end of Larry King's temporary CNN conference table, under the now familiar heat of television wattage.

Dean's Advice: Paint Bush as Radical: Run on Principles, He Tells Democrats (Post, Feb. 27, 2004)
Former Vermont governor Howard Dean, who failed to win a single Democratic primary contest before exiting the presidential race, said the only way his party can defeat President Bush is to stand strong for its principles and paint the Republican as a radical ideologue.

In Debate, Kerry Touts Experience And Edwards Stresses Electability (Post, Feb. 27, 2004)
Sen. John F. Kerry (Mass.) and Sen. John Edwards (N.C.) clashed over the death penalty, trade, special interests and their chances against Bush in a lively debate in Los Angeles on Thursday.

Ohio a Test for Democrats Now, And for GOP's Dominance Later: 20 Electoral Votes Bush Won Are at Stake (Post, Feb. 27, 2004)
Tuesday's Democratic presidential primary in Ohio is taking place against a background of unmatched political futility -- and remarkably high hopes that the party's long losing streak may end in November.

Edwards Presses On Despite Disadvantage: Democrat Struggling as Super Tuesday Nears (Post, Feb. 27, 2004)
Edwards faces a giant hurdle in his bid to stay alive for the Democratic nomination: matching Kerry's organizational muscle as the race wears on.

Kerry Talks Jobs (Post, Feb. 26, 2004)

Kerry, Edwards Attack Bush on Workers' Woes (Post, Feb. 26, 2004)
Democratic presidential candidate John F. Kerry accused the Bush administration Wednesday of indifference to the plight of U.S. workers who have seen their jobs shipped overseas and offered steps to deal with a problem that has dominated this year's Democratic campaign.

Kerry Donors Include 'Benedict Arnolds': Candidate Decries Tax-Haven Firms While Accepting Executives' Aid (Post, Feb. 26, 2004)
The Massachusetts Senator likens companies that move jobs overseas to the notorious traitor of the American Revolution, but his campaign has accepted money from top executives at companies that fit that description.

A Welcome Diversion for Democrats (Post, Feb. 26, 2004)
Maybe it's good news for the Democrats that Ralph Nader decided to run. In a culture geared to short-lived reality shows there is no way we could have tolerated Sen. John F. Kerry's noble visage and orotund orations for the next nine months without craving some nuthouse distraction.

A Laid-Back Race in California: Delegate-Rich State Isn't a Big Star in Super Tuesday Campaigning (Post, Feb. 26, 2004)
It may be the state with the most people (35 million) and more delegates (370) in Tuesday's primaries than any other, but California is getting the ho-hum treatment from the presidential candidates -- and vice versa.

Kerry Labels Bush a 'Contradiction': Front-Runner Wins Utah, Idaho Races; Edwards Courts Black Voters in Atlanta (Post, Feb. 25, 2004)
Lampooned by President Bush on Monday as a waffling politician, Democratic front-runner John F. Kerry responded Tuesday by accusing Bush of being a "walking contradiction" who routinely says one thing and does another.

Top Md. Democrats Throw Support To Kerry's Camp (Post, Feb. 25, 2004)
A parade of prominent Maryland Democrats endorsed Sen. John F. Kerry's presidential campaign Tuesday, saying that the candidate's national security experience best positions him to challenge President Bush in the fall.

Democrats Play Nice in N.Y. Primary: Eagerness to Oust Bush Brings Unusual Harmony (Post, Feb. 25, 2004)
For fans of politics as blood sport, a terrible thing has happened this year to New York Democratic presidential primary voters: They've gone peaceful and pragmatic.

Battleground States Focus on Pocketbook: Governors Expect Tight Race for President With Jobs, Taxes Determining Bush's Fate (Post, Feb. 25, 2004)
Battleground-state governors of both parties see the presidential election as an extremely close battle, likely to be dominated by economic issues.

President Weighs in On Kerry: Bush Decries Rival, Outlines Campaign (Post, Feb. 24, 2004)
Casting himself as a candidate for the first time, the president launched his opening attack on Sen. John F. Kerry (D-Mass.) Monday night, asserting that his likely opponent would raise taxes, while weakening America's defenses.

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