Monday, September 27, 2004

Remember how?

Remember how Keyes was supposed to keep Obama in the state and not be able to go around and help the Democratic party all over the nation? Apparently that hasn't quite happened. (An AP story via
Barack Obama, the Senate candidate from Illinois who made a splash at the Democratic National Convention, may soon be coming to a town near you. Since giving the keynote address at the DNC in July, Obama has become a sought-after commodity at national party functions and fund-raisers. With polls showing him well ahead in his race against Republican Alan Keyes, the young, Harvard-educated state senator is using his star status to lend a hand to other Democrats.