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kirbyenthusiasm Donating Member (36 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Dec-15-06 10:14 PM
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18. well, i hate to be the guy to say....
look at clinton in 92... early on he had low numbers.

but on the other hand, he had a lot of support from other governors and people connected with the party. i don't really know what bayh had going for him, because I'd expect he and Hillary are drawing from the same crowd.

It's a little sad maybe, I'm from Indiana, moving back to Fort Wayne in the spring after I graduate from college and I would've loved to work for him out there. But on the other hand, there's quite a bit of superstar power on the Dem side right now, and he would've probably pulled a Dan Quayle and polled 8th in the first races. I suppose there's always 2016....
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