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His campaign even sums it up in a phrase--"The Kerry-Edwards Metropolitan Agenda."
It's easier to chart media buys from Washington than to measure the extent to which folks are willing to post Kerry-Edwards signs in their front yards.
Senator Kerry's 3,700-word "Kerry-Edwards Plan to Revitalize Manufacturing and Invest in Jobs of the Future" is longer than a typical cover story in this magazine.
In addition to Iraq, the Kerry-Edwards campaign has decided to make an issue of how to handle two other members of the original ''axis of evil,'' Iran and North Korea.
Vanessa, 27, a medical student, has put her studies on hold until after the election, joining forces with Cate Edwards, 22, daughter of Kerry's running mate John, to form the group Women For Kerry-Edwards.
The National Association of Hispanic Publications announced in August that the Kerry-Edwards campaign made a print buy through its network of 200 Hispanic publications.
That Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry considers these votes important is highlighted by the fact that his younger sister, Diana, traveled to Mexico in mid-July to drum up support for the Kerry-Edwards ticket.
Still, however ambivalent the Kerry-Edwards team may be about its Hollywood support, celebs and execs are coming forth to put their mouths where their money is.
KERRY-EDWARDS STONEWALL (Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles)
'Democrats have better hairstyles,' was the opening salvo from the Kerry-Edwards team.