Sunday, December 30, 2007

Edwards to pull all-nighter

DES MOINES, Iowa -- John Edwards' campaign calls it a "Marathon for the Middle-Class." It's more like a sprint.

After a two-day swing through northwest Iowa that starts today, on New Year's Day the N.C. Democrat begins a 36-hour race through the state. That includes a midnight visit on Tuesday to the home of supporters in Atlantic, a 2:15 a.m. visit with supporters in Creston and a 5:15 a.m. pancake breakfast with backers in Centerville.

Two hours later, he starts a day-long trek that ends Wednesday night in Des Moines with a rally featuring singer John Mellencamp.

One rival, Sen. Barack Obama of Illinois, stepped up his implicit criticism of Edwards over the weekend, saying he had fundamentally changed positions in the last four years.


Keven said...

Why is your blog called the "campaign tracker" when all you blog about is John Edwards? You may want to change the name to "The John Edwards Tracker".

Would not hurt to talk about other candidates though ;)

Sam said...

Hopefully you'll drop by us Mecklenburgers in other offices ;-)

Keep up the good work, Jim