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VoteClark Donating Member (775 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Jul-14-03 11:11 AM
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How about Clark/Kucinich???
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Clark would capture the people concerned with Foreign policy, has white House and executive experience, and would appeal to the moderates, independants and more liberal republicans. He would carry Florida, Missouri, and Arkansas in addition to other democratic states Gore won in 2000.

Kucinich, would help carry Ohio which has been within a few points of the Democrats grasp in the last three elections. Kucinich ads domestic experience and legislative experience. He will not upstage Clark and keeps Nader out of the election adding about 2-4% in the popular vote in states like Oregon, New Hampshire, and Florida. Kucinich will also appeal to the more liberal crowd of the Democratic Party not happy with Clark.

What do you think, will this work?

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