Deaniacs, Take Two
- Unfortunately, it's politics as usual. Garfield, Bob // Advertising Age;1/19/2004, Vol. 75 Issue 3, p38
Comments on the two political campaigns involving Vermont gubernatorial candidate Howard Dean. Charges against Dean in a campaign with regards to issues on Medicare and U.S. Social Security benefits; Theme of Dean's political campaign.
- Joe Trippi's Killer App. Tischler, Linda // Fast Company;Oct2003, Issue 75, p109
The article provides information the strategies used by campaign manager Joe Trippi in creating an Internet-based presidential campaign for U.S. presidential hopeful Howard Dean. Trippi said that Howard Dean is running a campaign that empowers people to make a difference. The campaign has a...
- REQUIEM FOR A DREAM. Cone, Edward // Baseline;Mar2004, Issue 28, p30
The article comments on U.S. political candidate Howard Dean's use of the Internet in his political campaign in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination. Dean's former campaign manager Joe Trippi credits the Internet, weblogs and organizational tools such as Meetup.com for helping an...
- Long-Distance Operator. Barnes, James A.; Freedberg Jr., Sydney J.; Gorman, Siobhan; Kriz, Margaret; Maggs, John; Serafini, Marilyn Werber; Stone, Peter H. // National Journal;1/17/2004, Vol. 36 Issue 3, p150
Examines the relationship between U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Howard Dean and Democratic legislators, as of January 2004. Criticisms of Dean against his fellow legislators; Support of several Democratic legislators for presidential bid; Success of his Internet fund raising initiatives.
- Learning the lessons of Gore. Borger, Gloria // U.S. News & World Report;9/15/2003, Vol. 135 Issue 8, p21
Comments on the campaign of United States Senator John Kerry (D-Mass.). Issue of a contradictory statement by Kerry on a congressional resolution that he supported for using force against Iraq; How his strategy is similar to that of Al Gore in "parsing words to win"; Opinion that Kerry is...
- IT'S ALL ABOUT ELECTABILITY. Schneider, William // National Journal;12/20/2003, Vol. 35 Issue 51/52, p3850
Discusses the chances of presidential candidate Howard Dean to be elected in the 2004 elections in the U.S. Details on the campaign approach of Dean; Factors that can affect the election of Dean; Reason behind the endorsement of Dean's campaign by former U.S. Vice-President Al Gore.
- 'Generation Dean' Signs On. Wilgoren, Jodi // New York Times Upfront;11/17/2003, Vol. 136 Issue 5, p16
Discusses how Vermont former Governor Howard Dean's Internet oriented campaign and antiwar message are striking a chord with normally apathetic young voters. Comments by Ryan Simpkins, a TV producer, on the antiwar message of Dean's campaign; Ways on how the campaign is being run; Estimated...
- When Old Media Confronted Howard Dean. Lyndon, Chris // Nieman Reports;Spring2004, Vol. 58 Issue 1, p30
This article comments on the campaign of Howard Dean as presidential candidate in the U.S. Generally, the 2004 campaign has been about the power of the mass media and Internet democracy. For the Internet-minded, the core issue in 2004 lies outside party lines or the standard list of left-right...
- The Internet Beat on the Campaign Trail. Pindell, James // Nieman Reports;Spring2004, Vol. 58 Issue 1, p33
This article offers insights on the role of the Internet in political campaigns and political journalism in the U.S. Following the 2000 presidential election cycle, news organizations and political campaigns had learned how to make the Internet play a critical role in their work. Strategists...