Friday, September 15, 2006

More Kudos for Richardson in Nevada

From Nevada today:

If Richardson decides to enter the 2008 race for president -- or, perhaps more accurately, if he can raise enough money to enter the 2008 race for president -- he would stand as a candidate with arguably the best resume since the father of the current occupant. Headed to certain re-election this year, the governor is a former congressman, U.S. ambassador to the United Nations and energy secretary in the Clinton administration.

As Titus happily told her supporters, through his position as chairman of the Democratic Governors’ Association, Richardson “was instrumental in helping us” get Nevada’s early 2008 presidential caucus.

For 2008, Bill Richardson is the candidate with the most to gain from Nevada's early caucus, something us Westerners are proud to support because it gives our region a voice in the presidential nominating process. Let's just hope Nevada remembers who helped put them in such a position of prominence.


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