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10.29.2003

Howard Dean Presents Renewable Energy Plan Solar Access, October 24, 2003
Howard Dean Defends Record on Minorities by Will Lester, Associated Press, October 29, 2003
Polls show Dean surging ahead by Andrew Buncombe, The Independent, October 28, 2003
Democratic Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. to endorse Howard Dean Associated Press, October 28, 2003

10.21.2003

Senate Passes Partial Birth Abortion Ban by Jim Abrams, October 21, 2003
"But Democratic presidential candidate Howard Dean, who is also a doctor, said: 'As a physician, I am outraged that the Senate has decided it is qualified to practice medicine.' He said the legislation 'will endanger the lives of countless women.'"
Howard Dean Attacks Bush On Iraq CBS News, October 21, 2003
Democratic Dynamics : Campaign 2004 Pits Outsiders Against Insiders, "True" Democrats Against "New" Ones by William Schneider, October 21, 2003

10.20.2003

Dean Sparks Debate On His Potential To Remold Party : Despite Successes, Some Fear General Election Rout by Thomas B. Edsall, Washington Post, October 20, 2003

10.19.2003

Dean Greeted Warmly by Arab Americans : Group Appears to Back Democrats by David S. Broder, Washington Post, October 19, 2003

10.18.2003

Dean, Kucinich Democratize Fundraising by Matthew Rothschild, The Progressive magazine, October 17, 2003
Howard Dean and the power of TV ads by Linda Feldmann, Christian Science Monitor, September 15, 2003
I went out this morning in my neighborhood at the Andersonville Arts Smorgasbord with a group of people I found using deanlink to pass out fliers, posters, and bumperstickers for Dean. I live in a pretty progressive neighborhood, so many of the folks were pretty responsive or at least polite. Only one person said, "I'm voting for Bush." but then, he and I had a nice discussion while he waited for the light to change so he could cross the street. I'm not the type of person who will try to convert those who have already really thought about the issues and made a decision, and since this guy didn't seem to be too impressed by the fiscal responsibility that Dean has demonstrated, and is a Bush supporter because of his foreign policy, I knew I wasn't going to be able to convert him. I did talk to one couple who were from South Carolina, who said they were Republicans, but felt that we need to get rid of Bush. They asked just for a summary of Dean and what he's about, so I told them that many people describe him as a fiscal conservative and social progressive. I also told them to at least check out the Dean Web site, where there's a link to Republicans for Dean. It was a great morning, and it was a good chance to meets some other Dean supporters. Thanks Glenn for organizing us!
Statement from Howard Dean : Response to Gephardt by Howard Dean, September 12, 2003
The Flip-Flops of Howard Dean - What he said then. What he says now. What happened by William Saletan and Avi Zenilman, Slate, September 11, 2003
NAMI Applauds Governor Howard Dean on Mental Health Reform Press Release from National Alliance for the Mentally Ill, September 12, 2003
Ask Dr. Marc : Dean, Healthcare and Medical Marijuana by Dr. Marc Siegel, The Nation, September 9, 2003
Dean says it's 'unlikely' he'll raise taxes by Thomas Beaumont, Des Moines Register, October 18, 2003
Howard Dean Outlines Job-Creation Plans by Will Lester, Associated Press, October 17, 2003
Dean Says Bush is Setting the Stage for the 'Failure of America' by Jodi Wilgoren, New York Times, October 9, 2003
Vermont Is Hell by Marty Jezer, CommonDreams, October 17, 2003