Monday, November 08, 2004

Howard Dean Seeks to Lead DNC

From Drudge we learn:
Former presidential candidate Howard Dean is considering a bid to become chairman of the national Democratic Party.

Steve Grossman, himself a former chairman of the Democratic National Committee, said Dean had told him he was thinking about it.

Dean was traveling today in New York and unavailable for comment. His spokeswoman, Laura Gross, said ``it was far too early to be speculating on that.''

The 240 members of the Democratic National Convention will elect a new chair early next year. Several names are already being mentioned, including former Clinton aide Harold Ickes; Donna Brazile, who ran Al Gore's presidential campaign, and Iowa Governor Tom Vilsack.

Dean has been outspoken since the beginning of his presidential bid in saying that the Democratic Party must establish a separate and unique identity from Republicans.

The next chairman will replace Terry McAuliffe, whose term is ending.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I can't take Howard Dean seriously on any level! First of all, I think he's probably more than a little nuts and should be put into a rubber room with albore! Secondly, I detest looking at the man - he always looks like he's just about to let forth an absolutely earth-shattering belch!

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