John Kerry and the Democrats are going to spend the next 28 days traveling the country and our communities urging everyone to come out and voteDems urge minority voting Oct 05, 2004
President Bush has managed to turn the conversation to Kerry's shortcomings as a candidateBrazile to Kerry: Be yourself in debates Sep 21, 2004
He needs to go out, and he needs to do the attackDemocrats want Edwards to speak up Sep 16, 2004
He needs to put a little Tabasco in his messageDemocrats want Edwards to speak up Sep 16, 2004
Democrats can still win this presidential election and take back control of Congress for one reason: The truth is on our side. The war in Iraq -- its planning, execution and management -- is a disaster. Vice President Cheney and President Bush dismiss with sarcasm the idea that going into Iraq made America less safe, despite the anger it created in the Muslim world and the critical ideological ammo it gave to Osama bin LadenBrazile: Kerry should go with his gut Sep 10, 2004
Donna Brazile (born December 15, 1959) is an American author, educator, and political pundit affiliated with the Democratic Party. She was the first African-American to direct a major presidential campaign.
Brazile was born in Kenner, Louisiana to Lionel and Jean Brazile, the third of nine children. She became interested in politics at age nine when a local candidate for office promised to build a neighborhood playground. After graduating from Louisiana State University, Brazile worked for several advocacy groups in Washington, D.C., and was instrumental in the successful campaign to make Martin Luther King, Jr.'s birthday a federal holiday.
Brazile has worked on several presidential campaigns for Democratic candidates, including Jimmy Carter–Walter Mondale in 1976 and 1980, Jesse Jackson in 1984, Walter Mondale–Geraldine Ferraro in 1984, and for Richard Gephardt in the 1988 Democratic primary.