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Voted & Quoted

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84% ...of our Adage.com voters feel that Howard Dean's already aggressive campaign is the basis for a potentially successful Democratic presidential nomination bid. Only 16% felt it would take more than that for Dean's run to go the distance.

"This is one of the most innovative campaigns in history because he is essentially talking to people in a manner and medium -and aggressively so -in a way that others have not done before. He's zigging while everyone else is zagging. It will make him much more successful in being a well-known front-running entity. However, his politics are further to the left than what would make him an acceptable winning candidate."

Ellis Verdi

President, DeVito Verdi

"My answer is maybe. He's very successful online -a model for Web presence. He's not going to run out of money; the limit isn't that high and he has a lot of little people who are passionate -even if they are passionate about the wrong things -and they will give more money to him."

Al Franken Author,"Lies and the Lying Liars Who Tell Them: A Fair And Balanced Look at the Right"

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