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POLITICKING AT LINDY"S DINER -- Presdential candidate Rep. Dennis Kucinich of Ohio talks with Lindy's Diner patrons Kelly and Milo Parker of Alstead Nov. 25. The Demcocrat spoke at a number of venues during the day in the region. (Sentinel photo by MICHAEL MOORE)

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DEC. 17: Democrat Joe Biden will be at a house party in New Ipswich, atsrating at 2:45 p.m.. The Address: The home opf Lisa Brown at 169 Appleton Rd.

DEC. 18: Democrat John Edwards will appear with singers Bonnie Raitt and Jackson Browne in Keene at 4:15 p.m. Keene State College's Mabel Brown Room.


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Primary Notes:

PRIMARY NOTES: What Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling, car racer Al Unser and Oprah Winfrey have in common in the presidential nomination race. 12/10/2007

PRIMARY NOTES: The candidates come calling 11/26/2007

PRIMARY NOTES: How volunteers fill the local offices of presidential campaigns 11/12/2007

PRIMARY NOTES: The candidates are running commercials and advertisements comparatively early this time out 10/22/2007

PRIMARY NOTES: The expanding role of candidate spouses in the 2008 presidential campaign 10/8/2007

PRIMARY NOTES: Hosting campaign events in region means hard work for area residents 9/24/2007

PRIMARY NOTES: How Granite Staters read other states' jockeying for position 8/27/2007

PRIMARY NOTES: The early, early, early races this time out 8/19/2007

PRIMARY NOTES: The Free Staters say that Republican Ron Paul has the right stuff 8/13/2007

PRIMARY NOTES: On basketball courts or on the local firing rage, campaigns are finding new ways to stir interest among potential supporters 8/13/2007

PRIMARY NOTES: It's a very, very long primary season this time out 7/30/2007

PRIMARY NOTES: Republican John McCain says he needs to return his focus to New Hampshire 7/16/2007

PRIMARY NOTES: The phenomenon of the undeclared candidate 7/2/2007

PRIMARY NOTES: Nonprofit groups want a primary say 6/29/2007

PRIMARY NOTES: What political biographies may or may not say about a candidate's prospects 6/18/2007

PRIMARY NOTES: There are a lot of lesser known candidates in the race 6/11/2007

PRIMARY NOTES: Presidential campaigns look to locals for help 6/4/2007

PRIMARY NOTES: Two local eateries are on candidate meet and greet schedules 5/21/2007

PRIMARY NOTES: Some local Republicans are not all that sanguine about 2008 5/14/2007

PRIMARY NOTES: The candidates go mining for local endorsements 4/30/2007

PRIMARY NOTES -- When campaigners survey the contours of the Granite State, they increasing look to the Blue Hampshire blog 4/16/2007

PRIMARY NOTES: When a presidential candidate comes to town, who pays for crowd and traffic management? 4/9/2007

PRIMARY NOTES: Why you need a free ticket to get into a presidential primary gathering 4/2/2007

JERRY BROWN – 1980 and 1992 Democratic primaries
The son of a California governor, Edmund G. Brown Jr., studied at a Jesuit seminary before entering the law, and then politics. In 1975 he succeeded Ronald Reagan as California governor. He ran in the 1980 primary, finishing third (the primary and election were won by Jimmy Carter.) He later sought other political posts, and finished fifth in the 1992 primary, which was won by Bill Clinton. He remained active in politics, and last month was sworn in as California’s Attorney General. He’s photographed here at The Stage restaurant in Keene in 1991. (Photo by MICHAEL MOORE of The Sentinel)