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June 05, 2007

More Hot-shot Yearly Kos Speakers

Howard Dean will again give the Keynote speech on opening evening, Thursday, Aug. 2nd, at the second annual YearlyKos Convention.  Senator Dick Durbin of Illinois will be there as well to welcome the entire gang to Chicago.   

And Friday morning, General Wes Clark, a huge favorite last year, will be on hand as the Friday morning keynote speaker. 

This is, of course, in addition to the participation of Barack Obama, John Edwards and Bill Richardson on the "Presidential Hopefuls" panel and Darcy Burner on the "Future Leaders" panel.

It will be a star-studded three days and that isn't even the point of the convention.  Mostly its us netroots, grassroots folks talking to each other. 

Register here.  I know a lot of readers here followed my report-backs from last year's convention because our rankings for that period of time were through the roof (well, for us). 

Posted by Lynn Allen on June 5, 2007 at 12:26 PM in Media, National and International Politics | Permalink

Comments

Unfortunately, Lynn, your fellow Evergreen Politics reporter-back from YK1 (i.e., me) won't be repeating the performance this year.

That's what I get for getting a job so recently that I'm way-short on vacation hours. Sigh... But I'm already looking forward to reading your observations of the big "do" in Chicago.

Posted by: Neal Traven | Jun 5, 2007 3:53:05 PM

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