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Monday, September 22, 2003

Campaign Events

Via The Note I found details on the next Democratic debate:

"The second Democratic National Committee-sanctioned presidential debate takes place this Thursday at 4:00 pm ET at the New York City campus of Pace University.

"All 10 Democratic candidates are scheduled to attend this debate, which will focus on the economy. The event is sponsored by CNBC and the Wall Street Journal , and NBC's Brian Williams will moderate. CNBC's Ron Insana and Gloria Borger and the Journal's Gerald Seib will ask questions."

Why are they having the thing on a Thursday afternoon? Don't they want people to watch it? I'll be interested to see if Clark knows anything about economic policy.

Dean is also giving a speech at 11:45 am tomorrow in Boston's Copley Square, the Note points out. The Globe yesterday remarked that the event is taking place about a mile from John Kerry's plush Beacon Hill home.