A few weeks ago, John Kerry had virtually nothing going on in Wisconsin. Even as he gained momentum elsewhere, his Dem opponents looked to plant a flag in the cheese state. But now it looks like the Wisconsin match-up will go much the way the last few states have gone with Kerry winning easily. On the flipside of the momentum curve is Howard Dean who has shown his frustration lately and will have a decision to make after the polls close Tuesday (although some are saying that his campaign staff has already decided). John Edwards is somewhere in the middle of the momentum curve. He continues to gain support, but so far only enough to make a strong case for the ticket’s number two spot.
. . . Sunday February 15, 2004