Because this visit by Kucinich only had a week's planning, it has been difficult to nail down and report in advance all the places and people Dennis has been hoping and arranging to meet. He probably is flying into Portland airport from SEA-TAC in the morning, so email his national staff to find out details and confirm his stops in Oregon, or email Oregon's Democratic party leaders. Email firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com or call the toll-free national staff number at 1-866-413-3664. The Last I heard, Dennis plans to march with the anti-war protesters in the Peace March in Portland Sunday and speak to the crowd at some point there.
<P>For information on our most progressive declared candidate, click on his website "Kucinich for 2004" and read his policy statements. This man stood up to big business and saved the low-cost municipal power company in the city of Cleveland from privatization, for which he paid a high price: his position as the city's youngest-ever mayor when he did not win re=election. But some years later, when the voters realized that he had saved their power company from the Corporate Clutches, they elected him a US Congressman for Ohio.