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Monday, October 09, 2006
Biden to spend a month talking about his plan for Iraq
From CNN Ticker Producer Alex Mooney

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- For Sen. Joe Biden, the midterm election is about Iraq.

The Delaware Democrat will spend the next month promoting his five-point plan for the country and encouraging Democratic candidates to raise the issue on the campaign trail. In fact, Biden, a potential presidential candidate, will offer candidates and others interested in his plan "talking points" to work from.

"Voters have the opportunity to send a message that they understand President Bush's policy in Iraq is failing," Biden said in a statement released from his Unite Our States political action committee.

Biden is even launching a website next week: as a platform to advance his plan.

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