New York Democrats convention targets Bush

Watson, Jamal E.
May 2004
New York Amsterdam News;5/20/2004, Vol. 95 Issue 21, p3
Hundreds of Democrats from across the Empire State descended on Midtown, vowing to re-elect Democratic candidates and oust U.S. President George W. Bush from office in November 2004. The New York State Democratic Committee held their convention to nominate U.S. Senator Charles Schumer for re-election and to rally support for U.S. Senator John Kerry who, according to recent polls, will face a strong challenge from Bush. The two-day pep rally was aimed in part at reinvigorating the Democratic base: African Americans, Latinos, women and organized labor.


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