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A Picture Worth 1,000 Words: Why Hillary Lost

The national poll averages from October forward: What it means: According to the chart, Clinton’s national poll average was basically unchanged between the beginning of October and the middle of May, starting at about 41 percent and ending at about 42 percent. Although Clinton verged on 50 percent of the average poll and dipped to […]

Tom Vilsack Drops Out

by @ Friday, February 23rd, 2007. Filed under 2008 Election, Politics, Tom Vilsack

Iowa Governor Tom Vilsack became the first announced candidate to drop out of the 2008 race today: DES MOINES, Iowa — Democrat Tom Vilsack, the former Iowa governor who built a centrist image, abandoned his bid for the presidency after struggling against better-known, better-financed rivals. “It is money and only money that is the reason […]

Tom Vilsack Makes It Official

by @ Thursday, November 30th, 2006. Filed under 2008 Election, Tom Vilsack

The 2008 Presidential field is getting crowded. Today, Iowa Governor Tom Vilsack officially announced his candidacy: MOUNT PLEASANT, Iowa, Nov. 30 — Iowa Gov. Tom Vilsack (D) formally launched his campaign for the White House here this morning with a jab at the leadership of President Bush, a warning that America’s way of life is […]

And The Race For The White House Begins

by @ Thursday, November 9th, 2006. Filed under 2008 Election, Tom Vilsack

Its barely 48 hours after the end of the 2006 mid-term elections, and we already have our first declared Presidential candidate: DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Democratic Gov. Tom Vilsack of Iowa took the initial step in his long-shot bid for the White House Thursday, establishing a presidential campaign committee and seeking an early jump […]

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