Political PR Heats Up in Washington

With the presidential elections a mere two years away, political PR has begun to run rampant in Washington, D.C. again. Democratic governor Howard Dean of Vermont, for example,
is making the rounds and making it known that he'll be in the running, both in D.C. and in important caucus states. The unknown politician is following in the footsteps of
President Jimmy Carter with a grassroots approach to spreading his name that includes visiting with groups of less than a dozen influential voters at a time in key states like
Iowa, according to The Washington Post.