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  • America Votes

    Election news from across the Knight Ridder network and the Web

    Thursday, March 25, 2004

    We're taking a spring break 

    We've been blogging the presidential primaries since late January. But with all due respect to the states that haven't voted yet, the season is essentially over. John Kerry has mathematically won the Democratic nomination and George W. Bush will be back on the Republican ticket.

    There are still surprises to come. But for now, it's mostly Kerry vs. Bush, rumors and allegations, and ads slamming each other. This is our cue to make a graceful exit. But we'll be back when the election heats up again during the summer conventions in New York and Boston.

    Before we go, here are some of our favorite bloggable moments from the campaign trail that you might have missed:

  • Breakfast with Sharpton, without waffles
  • Clark's son rips the coverage, campaign
  • John Kerry, boyhood hero
  • Cable? It's all blather
  • Send 'em all to Ranger School
  • No vacancy at the Virginia Primary Motel
  • Back to the 'liquid' diet
  • The love bus
  • Now back to the real issues
  • A Bush look-alike, up to no good
  • Ted Kennedy, Green Bay Packer?
  • Protecting us from a 'flood of garbage'
  • It's one of those little states
  • Something about Mary Cheney
  • Give peas a chance
  • E-voting goes smoothly - as far as we know
  • Not afraid to speak her mind
  • Kerry wins American Samoa - quietly
  • Homes away from home

    Thanks for joining us and watch this space this summer for more insider information hot off the campaign trail.

    - Ellen Dunkel, Knight Ridder Digital
    posted by Ellen Dunkel at 10:49 AM


  • This blog is compiled and edited by:

  • Ellen Dunkel, producer for Knight Ridder Digital's National Desk.
  • John Murrell, minister of information for SiliconValley.com.

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