Senator John Kerry makes a political powerplay to jumpstart his "Race for the White House". He hit the campaign trial with a new campaign chief. He hired a former Kennedy aide to re-charge his presidential bid. In this Hiller Instinct, 7's Political Editor Andy Hiller shows us why Kerry had to change his campaign.
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- Posted on 11/10/03
The race for the White House swings through Boston, democratic candidates making appearances at Faneuil Hall, the site of tonight's "Rock the Vote" forum. Supporters of presidential hopeful Howard Dean held a rally this afternoon, waiting for his arrival.
Crowds already gathering in the plaza around the historic site. Tonight's forum is aimed at younger voters, between the ages of 18 and 24.
The stage is set inside. Retired General Wesley Clark, North Carolina Senator John Edwards, Massachusets Senator John Kerry, the Reverend Al Sharpton, former Congresswoman Carol Moseley-Braun and Ohio Senator Dennis Kucinich will also participate.
The 90-minute "Rock the Vote" forum begins at 7. Young voters from around New England will grill all the president hopefuls -- except Congressman Richard Gephardt, who will not be attending.
The candidates targeting young voters. 7's Political Editor Andy Hiller is live at Faneiul Hall.Posted on 11/04/03
Tonight's forum featured many moments, you would never see in a traditional debate. 7's Political Editor Andy Hiller continues our Night-Team coverage with "The Hiller Instinct".Posted on 11/04/03
He came into the presidential race with guns blaring. Now retired general Wesley Clark seems short on ammunition. Clark is just getting over laryngitis and today he is in New Hampshire trying to find his political voice. 7Political Editor Andy Hiller talked with Clark on the "Road to the White House".Posted on 10/22/03
A push in the polls for Senator John Kerry's bid for the White House. He's moving up while Howard Dean and Wesley Clark aren't moving much at all in New Hampshire. That's the key finding of our exclusive 7News-Suffolk University Poll. 7's Andy Hiller crunches the numbers.Posted on 10/20/03
President Bush's policy in Iraq could hurt his re-election chances and one of the democratic candidates in the race for the White House is making a comeback. 7's Political Editor Andy Hiller has the results from our latest 7News/Suffolk University Poll.Posted on 10/20/03
The boys of October, the men of November -- the prize is very different, but for some the "Game Is the Same". There's a race for the White House and a race for the World Series. If the Red Sox were running for president, which candidate would they be? 7Political Editor Andy Hiller makes his pitch in tonight's Hiller Instinct.Posted on 10/13/03
Schwarzenegger will take over the seat in Sacramento within the next 30 days. In case you missed it, hereís how the numbers broke down.
The first question on the ballot: whether to oust Governor Gray Davis from office passed with 54 percent voting for the recall, 46 percent voting against. As for choosing Davis' replacement: Arnold ran away with the vote, 48 percent supporting Schwarzenegger compared with 32 percent for Lieutenant Governor Cruz Bustamante, and 13 percent for State Senator Tom McClintock.
But who were the other winners and losers? 7 Politcal Editor Andy Hiller takes a look in this Hiller Instinct.Posted on 10/08/03
Arnold Schwarzenegger, Mitt Romney, Rush Limbaugh and President Bush -- what's the connection? Besides being republican, it may seem they are all related. 7News Political Editor Andy Hiller thinks they are and connects the dots in this "Hiller Instinct".Posted on 10/06/03
The newest numbers are in on the "Race for the White House". Howard Dean is moving up and John Kerry is in danger of going down in the New Hampshire presidential primary. Those are the key findings of an exclusive 7News-Suffolk University Poll of likely democratic voters in the Granite State. 7News Political Editor Andy Hiller has the numbers.Posted on 09/29/03
Trouble for John Kerry in the "Race for the White House". A 7News-Suffolk University Poll shows the Massachusetts senator losing ground with New Hampshire democrats, while one candidate is starting to break out as the leader of the pack. 7 Political Editor Andy Hiller crunches the newest numbers.Posted on 09/29/03
- Posted on 09/29/03
A retired general has his sights on New Hampshire in the "Race for the White House". Democrat Wesley Clark made his first visit today to the scene of the nation's first presidential primary. 7Political Editor Andy Hiller checks out the Clark campaign.Posted on 09/26/03
The Democrats in the race for the White House debate, with a fresh face in the group. Newcomer Wesley Clark joined the group for the first time in New York but as 7's Political Editor Andy Hiller tells us- it was front runner Howard Dean who became the target in this latest debate.Posted on 09/25/03
Iraq dominated the latest debate between the Democrats in the race for the White House. As 7's Political Editor Andy Hiller shows us, the Democrats prime target was President Bush.Posted on 09/10/03
The Democrats debated Thursday night in their race for the White House. Senator John Kerry and the other Democratic candidates squared off in their first nationally televised debate from Albuquerque, New Mexico. 7's Political Editor Andy Hiller has the winners and losers.Posted on 09/05/03
Senator John Kerry is in the race for the White House. We've known about his intentions for months. Now, Kerry's making it official. The Vietnam veteran has chosen an aircraft carrier in South Carolina as the backdrop for the announcement. 7's Political Editor Andy Hiller is with the Kerry campaign in Charleston.Posted on 09/02/03
Senator John Kerry says he doesn't have to win the New Hampshire primary to win the White House. Kerry challenged conventional wisdom during a four-day swing through the Granite State. 7's Political Editor Andy Hiller joined Kerry on the campaign trail and has a status report in this "Hiller Instinct".Posted on 08/08/03
Dean's charge in the race for the White House is becoming reminiscent of a summer blockbuster. The long shot with long odds turning into the popular choice against the "war admiral", already holding the top spot. But there is still plenty of time for another candidate in the crowded field to make their move. With nearly a year to go until the party conventions there is still plenty of time to jockey for position and before we get to the back stretch 7's Andy Hiller takes a closer look at the race for the White House in this "Hiller Instinct".Posted on 08/05/03
- Posted on 06/25/03