- Making News: Dean Flies to Vermont to Announce Plans
Yesterday in Wisconsin, it was Kerry with 40 percent, Edwards with 34 and Howard Dean with 18-another disappointment for the one-time front-runner who-s never managed a victory. Today in Vermont, Dean bowed out of the race. Perry Bacon, who's covering the story for Time magazine, says Dean still hopes to win enough delegates to influence party platform at this summer's Democratic National Convention in Boston. (This segment was originally broadcast earlier today on To the Point.)
- Reporter's Notebook: What's Next for the Deaniacs?
Now that Howard Dean has announced he will no longer actively seek the Democratic presidential nomination, what about the hundreds of thousands of his supporters, so passionate that they came to be called -Deniacs?- Los Angeles-based actress Jane Wilson, who organized a group called Faithful Moms for Dean, is a "Deniac." Wilson explains what led her to Dean, and what she'll do now that he's has withdrawn from the race. (This segment was originally broadcast earlier today on To the Point.)