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Bush Address Draws Candidate Reactions

Democrats


Hillary Rodham Clinton, senator of New York and former first lady of the United States, who has a presidential campaign exploratory committee:


Christopher J. Dodd, senator of Connecticut, who has officially announced his candidacy for the Democratic presidential nomination:


John Edwards, former senator of North Carolina and the 2004 Democratic vice presidential nominee, who is an official candidate for the 2008 Democratic presidential nomination:


Dennis J. Kucinich, representative of Ohio’s 10th Congressional District, who is an official candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination:


Barack Obama, senator of Illinois, who has a presidential campaign exploratory committee:


Bill Richardson, governor of New Mexico, who has a presidential campaign exploratory committee:

Republicans


Sam Brownback, senator of Kansas and an official candidate for the 2008 Republican presidential nomination, told the Associated Press that the president’s speech has not changed his opposition to increasing the number of U.S. troops in Iraq:


John H. Cox, a lawyer from Illinois, who is an official candidate for the Republican presidential nomination:


Chuck Hagel, senator of Nebraska, who is considering a bid for president in 2008 and is a strong critic of Bush’s handling of the Iraq war and his current policy of increasing the American troop commitment to Iraq:


John McCain, senator of Arizona, who has a presidential campaign exploratory committee and made the following comments Wednesday on CBS-TV’s “The Early Show”:


Mitt Romney, the former governor of Massachusetts, who has a presidential campaign exploratory committee:


Tom Tancredo, representative of Colorado’s 6th Congressional District, who has an exploratory committee for a presidential campaign centered on his strong opposition to illegal immigration:

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