March 23, 2004 |
Ohio Rep. Dennis J. Kucinich got a payoff Monday night for his determination to stay in a Democratic presidential race that is very much decided: He got to present his Top 10 list on the "Late Show with David Letterman." The subject of Kucinich's list: "Ways Dennis Kucinich can still be president of the United States." 10. Keep doing what I'm doing -- I'm winning, right? 9. Constitution is amended stating presidents must be 35 or older, a natural-born citizen and named Dennis. 8.
February 14, 2004 |
Democratic presidential candidate Dennis J. Kucinich is not interested in conventional wisdom. Skimpy audiences, naysaying pundits and late-night jokes aside, the unabashedly liberal presidential hopeful is still in the race -- and has no plans of leaving. Kucinich, an Ohio congressman, campaigned in California this week, raising money and looking for a date on "The Tonight Show."
April 25, 2007 |
Democratic presidential candidate Dennis J. Kucinich filed articles of impeachment against Vice President Dick Cheney, saying his action was driven by a desire to defend Americans' right "to have a government that is honest and peaceful." The Ohio congressman said Cheney manipulated and fabricated intelligence on weapons of mass destruction to justify the Iraq war. Kucinich said it was important to introduce the legislation "because the threat of war against Iran is very real."
January 17, 2008
Michigan primary: A Section A article on the state's presidential vote that appeared in some editions Wednesday said Hillary Rodham Clinton was the only candidate on the Democratic ballot. Three other Democrats -- Dennis J. Kucinich, Mike Gravel and Christopher J. Dodd -- also appeared on the ballot. In addition, the article said Mitt Romney's victory in the Republican primary was "a long-sought electoral gold medal." Romney earlier won the Wyoming Republican caucuses.
December 20, 2007 |
The youngest brother of Democratic presidential candidate Rep. Dennis J. Kucinich was found dead at his home in Cleveland. Perry Kucinich, 52, was found face down by another brother, Larry, said Powell Caesar, a spokesman for the Cuyahoga County coroner's office. There were no signs of foul play, Caesar said. Larry Kucinich told officers that his brother had a history of mental illness and had stopped taking his medication, a police report said.
October 25, 2003 |
Democratic presidential candidate Rep. Dennis J. Kucinich is demanding that New Hampshire television stations stop broadcasting ads from rival Howard Dean, saying the spots distort the records of both candidates. In the two 30-second spots, the former Vermont governor highlights his opposition to the Iraq war and says, "The best my opponents can do is ask questions today that they should have asked before they supported the war."