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2004 US Presidential Election
February 14, 2004
| Official DC Democratic Caucuses Held Today

Washington Post reports on the D.C. Democratic Caucuses, which are being held today. The previous “primary” was non-binding and was simply a protest.

Unlike the nonbinding “beauty pageant” contest in January, in which Dean tallied 43 percent to Sharpton’s 34 percent, today’s results will determine how many delegates from the city each candidate will have at the Democratic National Convention in Boston in July.

“The real political marbles are at stake [Saturday],” D.C. Democratic Party Chairman A. Scott Bolden said. “It’s a wide-open race, more today than on January 13.”

Polls close at 4 PM.

Posted by Jeff M at February 14, 2004 12:03 PM | TrackBack
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