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2008: The Daily Digest, 2/5/07

BY Matt Ortega | Monday, February 5 2007

ZDNet tech blogger Donna Bogatin examines the online outreach of Senator Joe Biden (D-DE) and the results are mixed. She labeled his announcement speech ìstaidî and failing to make him stand out from other candidates ... Read More

2008: The Daily Digest, 2/5/07

BY Matt Ortega | Monday, February 5 2007

ZDNet tech blogger Donna Bogatin examines the online outreach of Senator Joe Biden (D-DE) and the results are mixed. She labeled his announcement speech "staid" and failing to make him stand out from other candidates ... Read More

2008: The Daily Digest, 2/3/07

BY Matt Ortega | Saturday, February 3 2007

TPMCafe's Election Central has video highlights from six possible Democratic presidential hopefuls from the Democratic National Committee's Winter Meeting in Washington, D.C. Among the official, exploring, or rumored ... Read More

2008: The Daily Digest, 2/3/07

BY Matt Ortega | Saturday, February 3 2007

TPMCafe's Election Central has video highlights from six possible Democratic presidential hopefuls from the Democratic National Committee's Winter Meeting in Washington, D.C. Among the official, exploring, or rumored ... Read More

2008: The Daily Digest, 2/2/07

BY Matt Ortega | Friday, February 2 2007

Jake Tapper, senior national correspondent for ABC News, has a series of web videos outlining the historical racial insensitivities of presidential aspirant, Senator Joe Biden (D-DE). Copies of Senator Hillary Clinton's ... Read More

2008: The Daily Digest, 2/2/07

BY Matt Ortega | Friday, February 2 2007

Jake Tapper, senior national correspondent for ABC News, has a series of web videos outlining the historical racial insensitivities of presidential aspirant, Senator Joe Biden (D-DE). Copies of Senator Hillary Clinton's ... Read More

2008: The Daily Digest, 2/1/07

BY Matt Ortega | Thursday, February 1 2007

Senator Joe Biden (D-DE) launched his presidential campaign, via web video, in a hail of controversy regarding comments he made in reference to fellow Democrat, Senator Barack Obama (IL). Within hours, the audio of his ... Read More

2008: The Daily Digest, 2/1/07

BY Matt Ortega | Thursday, February 1 2007

Senator Joe Biden (D-DE) launched his presidential campaign, via web video, in a hail of controversy regarding comments he made in reference to fellow Democrat, Senator Barack Obama (IL). Within hours, the audio of his ... Read More

2008: The Daily Digest, 1/31/07

BY Matt Ortega | Wednesday, January 31 2007

Senator Joseph Biden (D-DE) launches his presidential bid this morning and according to Beth Fouhy of the Associated Press, the longtime senator will announce his candidacy via online video to supporters. While in Iowa ... Read More

2008: The Daily Digest, 1/31/07

BY Matt Ortega | Wednesday, January 31 2007

Senator Joseph Biden (D-DE) launches his presidential bid this morning and according to Beth Fouhy of the Associated Press, the longtime senator will announce his candidacy via online video to supporters. While in Iowa ... Read More

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