The Dems' New Chant: Electability
As the race for the Democratic nomination moves from Iowa's caucuses to New Hampshire's Jan. 27 primary, Democrats find themselves with a five-way horse race and a fickle, shifting electorate. By roaring to a one-two finish in Iowa, Senators John Kerry of Massachusetts and John Edwards of North Carolina have done more than humble the high-flying candidacy of Howard Dean. The Comeback Kids also have led strategists to conclude that liberal activists' desire for an ideological campaign, one-note bashing of the Iraq war, and dreams of mobilizing a silent majority of Netheads may not clinch the nomination.
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