October 25, 2004


The Endorsement Advantage

The Wall Street Journal highlights "a potential wild card" for Sen. John Kerry is his "strong advantage in editorial-board endorsements, including ones from 27 newspapers that endorsed Mr. Bush in 2000.

"All the major papers in Florida have backed Mr. Kerry, including the Orlando Sentinel, which hasn't endorsed a Democrat for president in 40 years."

Editor and Publisher ups the tally, saying Kerry "has now won endorsements from at least 35 papers that backed Bush in 2000 -- and another seven onetime Bush papers are sitting this race out."










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