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    Monday, November 01, 2004

    Endorsements update: Kerry 208, Bush 169 

    Here's an update, courtesy of Editor&Publisher and its exclusive tally of newspaper endorsements (not including the Youngstown Vindicator). E&P's more or less final count has Sen. John Kerry receiving 208 endorsements to President Bush's 169. Kerry won the final Sunday of endorsements, 22 to 18, but the president picked up the New York Daily News, which endorsed Al Gore in 2000. Greg Mitchell reports that ``election-year surveys in recent decades concluded by giving an overall edge to the Republican candidate for president, except in one of Bill Clinton's races. In the past, major metros tended to split right down the middle, but Kerry has carried them by about a 5-3 margin this year. That gives him an edge in the circulation of papers backing him of about 20 million to 14 million.''

    - Steve Love

    posted by Ohioblog: A Swing State Journal at 9:12 AM



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