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Candidate Challenge: John Edwards


Thursday, December 13th, 2007

JOHNSTON, IOWA — John Edwards submitted his response to the Why Tuesday? Candidate Challenge last month. But last night he became the second candidate to respond to the Challenge by way of 10Questions.com, where our Challenge was one of the winning questions.

14 of the 16 presidential candidates have taken time to respond to our challenge, including all of the Democratic candidates. Senator Edwards will be participating in the Democratic debate here later today, so stay tuned. We’re about to go cruise in our Iowa wheels.


One Response to “Candidate Challenge: John Edwards”

  1. Anton Vassil Says:

    I think I fell asleep while watching his response. What time is it?

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