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  • America Votes

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    Monday, February 16, 2004

    Kerry's wife stumps in Superior 

    It may wind up being a cute little coincidence that Teresa Heinz Kerry, a woman with an estimated worth of more than $500 million, came to Superior, Wis., to promote her husband for president at a cafe named Mama Gets What She Wants.

    It remains to be seen whether Sen. John Kerry will get a chance to unseat President Bush. But Heinz Kerry didn't hurt her husband's cause with the 175 mostly partisans she addressed during her stump speech.

    "I think she's very articulate, very intelligent. I liked her better than I expected I would," said Judith Cherveny of Duluth. "But I'm a Democrat. They could put my grandson's gerbil up against George Bush and I'd vote for him. I do like John Kerry. I admire him and think he can give George Bush a run for his money."

    - Mark Stodghill, Duluth News Tribune

    posted by Jim Van Nostrand at 10:28 AM



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