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October 15, 2004
Endorsements for John Kerry
John Kerry has been picking up quite a lot of endorsements from newspapers in urban areas with large circulations, as well as some from impressive or interesting individuals. Editor & Publisher Magazine, a publishing industry trade journal, reported on October 14 that while both have received endorsements from an equal number of newspapers, Kerry's endorsements come from much larger ones, with a combined circulation of over 2.6 million, compared to combined circulations of only about 860 thousand for the papers endorsing Bush.
Kerry's official website provides a list of all of their newspaper endorsements.
Here are just a few examples:
St. Louis Post-Dispatch, St. Louis, Missouri
Missouri is one of the key battleground states this election.
John Eisenhower, son of President Dwight D. Eisenhower
Ronald Reagan, Jr. already endorsed Kerry. Will Tricia Nixon be next?
Ron Reagan, Jr., son of President Ronald Reagan
This colorful quote was issued during the midst of the Reagan memorial tributes. Ron Reagan later spoke at the Democratic Convention.
The Oregonian, Portland, Oregon
The Oregonian endorsed Bush in 2000. Pundits consider Oregon to be a swing state, though it's been leaning heavily for Kerry for some time now.
Albuquerque Tribute, Albuquerque, New Mexico
Yet another paper in a battleground state that endorsed Bush in 2000 but is disenamoured with him four years later.
The organization's website provides a partial list of some of the organizations and individuals that have endorsed Kerry. Most are ones you would expect - labor unions and elected Democrats.
This individual's website is emblematic of so many Republican stalwarts who have become so deeply disillusioned with George W. Bush that they intend to vote for a Democrat for the first time in their lives. They aren't as rare as the Republican Party would like you to think.
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