Down But Not Out
Friday, January 23, 2004; 6:51 AM
Fighting strained vocal chords and competition from other Democratic presidential candidates, Howard Dean addressed a few hundred of his supporters at a town hall meeting in Lebanon, N.H., Thursday morning. The former Vermont governor took part in a nationally televised debate later that day.
Fans of Dean in Lebanon and at a debate-watching event at a bar in Manchester, N.H., said he has a good chance of winning the New Hampshire primary next Tuesday, despite his third place finish in the Iowa caucuses and the yell heard around the world.
Silvia De Montigny, a Dean volunteer from Lebanon, N.H.
Thomas Lockatell, a Dean supporter from Lebanon, N.H.
Richard Crepeau, an undecided voter from Lebanon, N.H.
Ellen Chasse, a Dean organizer from Litchfield, N.H., who attended the Manchester event.