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Friday, April 27, 2007
Statement from Edwards Campaign:
EDWARDS DECLARED WINNER OF TONIGHT'S DEBATE
Daily Kos Readers Declared Edwards The Winner. According to the Daily Kos poll, "Who won the debate," as of 10:30 pm after the debate John Edwards led the pack with 20% of the vote (1034), leading Obama at 17% (881), followed Clinton at 10% (530). The answer "More than one of the above" received 12% of the vote (600) and "None of the above" had 11% of the vote (584).

EDWARDS WIDELY PRAISED FOR HIS SUBSTANTIVE IDEAS AND VISION
Time's Joe Klein: Edwards Is "Best Candidate In This Race So Far;" "Has More Details Than the Others." Tonight Joe Klein wrote, "I'd just spent a few days with Edwards and my feelings about him haven't changed: he speaks simply, he has more details than the others. He's been the best candidate in this race so far." [Time's Joe Klein, 4/26/07]

HUFFINGTON: EDWARDS DID "PARTICULARLY WELL" TALKING ABOUT IRAQ
On Larry King Live, King asked Arrianna Huffington how Edwards did. Said Huffington, "Well I thought he did particularly well when he talked about his vote and on the war in Iraq and his very sincere apology about it. I thought it was a great contrast to Hillary Clinton's ongoing refusal to apologize about her vote. I thought that was definitely the high point for me." [CNN's Larry King Live, 4/26/07]
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