Notes on the Atrocities
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Tuesday, February 10, 2004  

I know you're bored about the election, but here are a few tidbits:

Kos reports that Clark has cancelled a fundraiser in Houston tomorrow. He speculates that means Clark will be pulling out soon.

The reason may be because Clark has been polling at third in today's primaries. Finishing in that position would spell his doom.

Meanwhile, a recent poll has Howard Dean running third in Wisconsin--and way, way behind John Kerry. Those figures:

Kerry: 45%
Clark: 13%
Dean: 12%

How does the phrase "Bush opponent John Kerry" strike you? (Could be worse--if John's gonna win, I like the idea that it's early rather than later. He'll need as much of that war chest as he can preserve.)

[Update: according to exit polling, Kerry's won both Virginia and Tennessee, putting the vice to Edwards and Clark. Clark, who appears to have finished third in both states, does seem doomed.]

posted by Jeff | 1:51 PM |
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