Coverage of Kerry in Seattle
SEATTLE – Former presidential candidate John Kerry stopped in Seattle Friday to share his strategy for winning in 2006 and beyond.
Speaking at a National Conference of State Lawmakers, the Massachusetts senator urged Democrats to work harder and start earlier in organizing grassroots support.
Kerry says Republicans outworked Democrats in 2004 and have since hijacked America’s future.
“We don’t need some great lurch to the right or lurch to the left or redefinition of the Democratic Party, the last thing America needs is a second Republican Party,” he said.
Kerry did not say whether he would run again in 2008.