John Edwards Officially Enters 2008 Presidential Race

Former Democratic North Carolina Senator and 2004 Vice-Presidential nominee John Edwards officially launched his 2008 presidential campaign Thursday. Edwards’ announcement speech picked up on his 2004 stump speech in which he restated his fight for the less fortunate and his quest for America to achieve economic justice. The backdrop for the speech was, appropriately, New Orleans.

Edwards ran a fairly successful campaign in the Upper Midwest in his quest for the 2004 Democratic presidential nomination—coming in second place in the Wisconsin primary (winning 34 percent and 24 delegates), the Minnesota primary (winning 27 percent and 22 delegates) and the Iowa caucus (winning 32 percent and 18 delegates). He was tied for the lead with Barack Obama in an early poll of democratic Iowa Caucus voters released last week.

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