Thu, 22 Jul 2004 15:46:58 GMTThe presidential general-election campaign began in earnest Wednesday as John F. Kerry started his first day as the presumptive Democratic nominee by launching his search for a running mate and winning extravagant praise from his last major rival, John Edwards. By John F. Harris and Manuel Roig-Franzia.
Thu, 22 Jul 2004 15:46:58 GMTRALEIGH, N.C., March 3
Thu, 22 Jul 2004 15:46:58 GMTSen. John Edwards formally ended his campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination today and threw his support to the party's front-runner, Sen. John F. Kerry, praising him as a candidate who will fight for Democratic values and defeat President Bush in the November election. By William Branigin.
Thu, 22 Jul 2004 15:46:58 GMTATLANTA, March 2 -- John Edwards, whose 2004 presidential ambitions died here Tuesday evening, ran as a nice man, about whom many Democrats had no end of nice things to say. He was called charismatic, likable, polished and, to his frustration, "vice presidential." By John F. Harris.
Thu, 22 Jul 2004 15:46:58 GMTATLANTA, March 2
Thu, 22 Jul 2004 15:46:58 GMTSen. John F. Kerry set off on what may be the home stretch of his drive for his party's nomination, while the campaign of Sen. John Edwards dismissed the notion that the race after Super Tuesday may be over. By William Branigin and Hamil Harris.
Thu, 22 Jul 2004 15:46:58 GMTNEW YORK, Feb. 29 -- If only his father had been a taxi driver or maybe a doorman instead of a millworker. Maybe that would have helped John Edwards fit better into the scene he found himself starring in Sunday morning: the scrubbed southern boy surrounded by the Brooklyn big-city mix of cornrows and dashikis, sidelocks and black hats of Orthodox Jews, long strings of Spanish cheerleading attached to his name, and some reggae/hip-hop muted in the background. By Hanna Rosin.
Thu, 22 Jul 2004 15:46:58 GMTSen. John Edwards (D-N.C.) is the first national politician to run as a Clinton echo and the similarities in rhetoric and campaign-trail mood are striking. But the differences between the two may be more consequential. By John F. Harris.
Thu, 22 Jul 2004 15:46:58 GMTWhen John Edwards came to Washington 5 years ago as a novice politician, the Senate turned to issues perfectly tailored to his legal background: a president's impeachment and proposals to help Americans fight for health benefits. By Charles Babington and Helen Dewar.
Thu, 22 Jul 2004 15:46:58 GMTReturning to Minnesota on Friday for his second visit in a week, Sen. John Edwards (D-N.C.) predicted "big movement" in the state, based in part on support from former backers of ex-candidate Howard Dean. By John F. Harris.