Election 2004

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HistoryCentral.com > US Presidential Elections

 

The 2004 Democratic Primary season is over. It was quicker and more decisive then anyone expected. What was expected to be Howard Dean's nomination to lose- turned out to be a victory lap for John Kerry.

Polls Braun(Withdrawn)
Iowa Caucus Clark(Withdrawn)
New Hampshire Primary Dean(Withdrawn)
Arizona Primary Edwards
Delaware Primary Gephardt (withdrawn)
Kerry
Missouri Primary Kucinich
New Mexico Lieberman(withdrawn)
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Primary News

3/2/2004 Kerry sweeps Super Tuesday nomination race effectively ends

2/22 Nader announces he will run as an independant

2/ 18 Dean Withdraws

2/17- Kerry wins in Wisconsin- Edwards finishes second.

/2/11 Clark Withdraws endorses Kerry

2/10 Kerry Wins in Tennessee

2/10/2004 Kerry wins inVirginia

2/08/2004- Kerry wins in Maine

2/07/2004- Kerry wins in Michigan and Washington

2/03/2004- Kerry wins five of seven races

2/03/2004 Lieberman withdraws from race

1/27/2004 Kerry Wins Big in New Hampshire

1/20/2004 Richard Gephardt withdraws.

1/19/2004- Kerry Wins Big in Iowa, Edwards comes in second.

1/13/2004 Carol Mosely Braun Pulls out of race

10/20/2003

Clark and Lieberman decide not to contest

11/9/2003

Dean Decides not to accept Public funds

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