Boxer Says Bush to Be Rejected on Election Day
U S Senator Barbara Boxer says she senses the 2004 election may mark an historic turning point for the nation.
Wednesday, September 1, 2004
Democrat Boxer told the Sacramento Press Club that the Bush administration’s unilateralist foreign policy and its attacks on the environment at home could lead to a great rejection of Republicans at the polls. Boxer said she is not complacent in her re-election race against Republican Bill Jones. CUT: Boxer05 :05 Political analyst Tony Quinn says Boxer is benefiting from the multitude of issues and candidates at both the state and national level. CUT: Quinn08 :08 Quinn says Jones’ chances might improve if Governor Schwarzenegger – who has endorsed Jones for the Senate - puts the full weight of his popularity into the race. SOC