February 17, 2002

How to Write a Campaign

How to Write a Campaign Memoir and Fudge the Truth: From page 198 of Crash!ng the Party:

With limited fanfare, we announced our nonvoter tour in Madison, Milwaukee, Ann Arbor, Flint and Minneapolis. Phil Donahue and Michael Moore accompanied us on this trip as speakers. We had an unusually good press contingent along as well, which included Eun Kim of the Associated Press, Bill Adair of the St. Petersburg Times, Jim Dao of the New York Times, Jennifer Blyer [sic] of NewsforChange.com, and, later on, Gail Collins of the New York Times, David Mober of In These Times, Matt Rothschild of The Progressive, Kerry Lauerman of Salon.com, plus Tom Squitieri of USA Today. None of them were at all intrigued by our nonvoter theme. Their experience had taught them not to inquire into such elusive quests.
Italics mine. Jen Bleyer wrote at least four articles about the nonvoter tour. In this one, she interviews a college kid who said he didn't vote last election, but will this time, for Nader. Here, she asks Michael Moore, "Who exactly are the non-voters?"

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February 17, 2002

How to Write a Campaign

How to Write a Campaign Memoir and Fudge the Truth: From page 198 of Crash!ng the Party:

With limited fanfare, we announced our nonvoter tour in Madison, Milwaukee, Ann Arbor, Flint and Minneapolis. Phil Donahue and Michael Moore accompanied us on this trip as speakers. We had an unusually good press contingent along as well, which included Eun Kim of the Associated Press, Bill Adair of the St. Petersburg Times, Jim Dao of the New York Times, Jennifer Blyer [sic] of NewsforChange.com, and, later on, Gail Collins of the New York Times, David Mober of In These Times, Matt Rothschild of The Progressive, Kerry Lauerman of Salon.com, plus Tom Squitieri of USA Today. None of them were at all intrigued by our nonvoter theme. Their experience had taught them not to inquire into such elusive quests.
Italics mine. Jen Bleyer wrote at least four articles about the nonvoter tour. In this one, she interviews a college kid who said he didn't vote last election, but will this time, for Nader. Here, she asks Michael Moore, "Who exactly are the non-voters?"

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