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  • America Votes

    Election news from across the Knight Ridder network and the Web

    Monday, February 02, 2004

    If it's 2:15 a.m., it must be Oklahoma City 

    Retired Gen. Wesley Clark woke up before the sun rose today to greet Oklahoma workers during a shift change at the Dayton Tire Plant, Dana Hull of the San Jose Mercury News reports. He then flew to Albuquerque, N.M., where he addressed a crowd of about 150 people at a Hispanic Cultural Center.

    Clark was then scheduled to fly to Tucson and then Phoenix, where he will address LULAC, or the League of United Latin American Citizens. He will then greet supporters at the Clark '04 Arizona headquarters and then fly to Las Vegas, N.M., for one last event. Time Clark is expected to be back at his Oklahoma City hotel: 2:15 a.m.

    Clark will campaign in Oklahoma City on Tuesday, and is scheduled to fly to Memphis late Tuesday night. He has vowed to stay in the race, but some campaign strategists have said that he must win one or two states - or have a strong showing - to go on. But the campaign is in good financial shape, and has paid for advertising through the Wisconsin primary on Feb. 17.

    posted by Ellen Dunkel at 2:32 PM



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