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2004 US Presidential Election
November 03, 2004
Kerry | People Leaving "Victory" Party In Boston

CNN’s talking head in Boston reports that the crowd that had gathered in Boston to celebrate Kerry’s victory is starting to thin, and that certain Kerry aides she’s been callling throughout the night are no longer answering their cell phones …



Posted by Alan at November 3, 2004 01:07 AM | TrackBack
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A CTV reporter in Boston said the crowd is getting really quiet, and that there was a suspicion that things were going south when Jon bon Jovi stopped playing more than once, and eventually said that ‘No matter what happens, we all have to pull together.’ (something which, evidently, wasn’t an option before the election…)

Posted by: cooties [TypeKey Profile Page] at November 3, 2004 01:17 AM

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