Democratic contenders talk about educ...

Democratic contenders talk about education, energy, taxes

There are 2 comments on the The Plainsman story from May 24, 2008, titled Democratic contenders talk about education, energy, taxes. In it, The Plainsman reports that:

Three Democrats seeking two House positions in the District 22 primary election on June 3 made their cases at a lightly attended candidate forum in Huron Monday evening.

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Denise Katz

Baltimore, MD

#1 May 27, 2008
Dear South Dakota:Aside from foster children, and illegal immigrants, the American Indian people are amongst the most under served and valued population within the United States of America.
I also know that class distinctions within our country are usually at the basis of the "hows and whys" of when things become awful for individual families no matter their tribe, race or religion. When you look at the candidates; McCain, Obama & Clinton, you must try to look at what each could do for the whole of our country. It means that beyond race or gender so far Hillary is the only contender still standing, that has effectively supported black & white foster kids, American Indians, Working Class peoples' rights and initiated safety nets for poverty struck families and women. There may be mistakes in her record in her words, but not within her actions and movement toward bettering the laws that govern over the lower classes in our country. Americans must wake up to the extreme class war happening right now and embrace the rightful candidate. Sincerely, Denise from Philadelphia "

Since: Feb 08

United States

#3 Jun 3, 2008
No matter what. Get off the computer and vote!! She fought so hard for you to have a say. Your vote is what matters! If you think she is right, but by chance she does lose, your voice will carry weight beyond what happens today! Go Hillary!!!

Here is the latest news:

Short version- no video

Clinton Says She Will Not Concede Tonight
Carolyn Lochhead

http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi...

Long version includes video, but not too bad a load to get to the text on dial up.

Clinton not ready to concede race, her campaign chair

http://www.cnn.com/2008/POLITICS/06/03/electi...

[There are not enough pledged delegates at stake in Montana and South Dakota to put Obama over the top, but a rush of endorsements by the remaining undeclared "superdelegates" could allow him to claim victory when he takes the stage in Minnesota Tuesday evening.]

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