Big guns coming in -- W, John Kerry, Bill Clinton
The big guns are coming to town. It's 04 re-do.
The president is shifting to full-time campaign mode next week and plans two Texas stops – Sugar Land on Monday, where he'll appear with Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison and U.S. House candidates, and Reunion Arena in Dallas a week later to lend a hand to the governor and other statewide candidates.
"I'm looking forward to campaigning for Governor Perry, who I strongly support. I'm looking forward to saying positive things about my friend Senator Hutchison," he said.
Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry lent his support Friday to a fellow Democrat in Texas.Nothing like having one of the most liberal people in the Senate come down to campaign for you.
Kerry appeared with gubernatorial candidate Chris Bell in downtown Austin to give him his support and discuss the issues important to the election.
"Twenty-five percent of its citizens have no health care at all. That's about 5.6 million citizens of Texas. That's just wrong. We're the only country in the world, and this is the only state in the nation that treats that many children and that many adults that way," Kerry said.
Oh wait, yes there is: Bill Clinton taped a radio ad for Chris Bell. They couldn't even an appearance, or a TV spot, so I guess radio is the best Texas Democrats can do.
All three things are designed to boost Republican turnout. Heh.
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