Saturday, March 22, 2008

Sunday, February 11, 2007

John Kerry on ABC This Week

John Kerry will today be a guest on ABC's this week, with George Stephanopoulos.

Our EXCLUSIVE headliner this Sunday: Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., in his first interview since declaring he will abstain from the 2008 presidential run in order to focus on Iraq. As the battle at home over the war in Iraq continues, Kerry will explain his legislation to set a firm deadline for the withdrawal of most U.S. troops from Iraq, and why he believes it will work.

Saturday, January 27, 2007

Former Kerry Donor Backs Obama

Alan D Solomont, who was one of John Kerry's biggest fundraisers and supporters, has backed Barack Obama in the race for the Democratic nomination.

Solomont, who is also close to the Clinton family, chose to support Obama after Kerry declared this week that he would not be running for the Democratic nomination.

Barack Obama 2008

Thursday, January 25, 2007

Kerry Calls for End to Iraq War

John Kerry who yesterday confirmed that he will not be seeking another tilt at the Presidency, has committed himself to fighting to end the war in Iraq.

Kerry believes that it is wrong to send people to die in a war based on other people's mistakes.

Kerry has set up a new website,, which he will use to campaign for the end of the war in Iraq, and bringing the troops home. Head to the site to watch the Kerry address. It's an impressive peformance from someone who is no longer running.

"Senator John Kerry's goal is to end the war in Iraq. To do that, he will be introducing legislation to set a deadline for Bush to end the war. We need your help to get this done."

He has confirmed that he will be running again for the Senate in Massachusetts in 2008, which will enable him to continue the fight.

Wednesday, January 24, 2007

Kerry Won't Run For President

Senator from Massachusetts and 2004 Democratic Candidate for President, John Kerry, has declared that he wont be running for the nomination for the 2008 election.

However, Kerry will again contest the Senate in 2006.

Kerry said that “There are powerful reasons to want to continue that fight now. But I have concluded this isn’t the time for me to mount a presidential campaign.”

His running mate from 2004, and declared candidate John Edwards said that it would have been a tough decision for Kerry to make, but that he could be proud for always fighting "...the good fight for the right cause."

The decision by Kerry will prove interesting over the coming weeks and months, as declared candidates seek his endorsement for their campaigns. Kerry still has some good grass roots support, and his nod for one of the candidates for the nomination would be significant.

John Kerry's Statement in the Senate.

Tuesday, January 23, 2007

John Kerry Will Decide Very Soon

According to sources from his camp, John Kerry is expected to make an announcement in the next few days on whether he will seek the Democratic nomination.

Kerry orginally planned to make a decision later in the next few months, but may decide to jump in before the game gets away from him.

Stay tuned.