:In the first poll since John Kerry locked up the Democratic nomination, Kerry and President Bush are tied while independent Ralph Nader has captured enough support to affect the outcome, validating Democrats’ fears.
The Republican incumbent had the backing of 46 percent, Kerry 45 percent and Nader, the 2000 Green Party candidate who entered the race last month, was at 6 percent in the survey conducted for the Associated Press by Ipsos-Public Affairs.
Posts from March 5, 2004
: Sorry for the light blogging. Spent all day yesterday in a board meeting; wife under the weather and so the kids had to eat my cooking; back momentarily. Going to listen to Stern now….