Sounds of 2008: Howard Dean

As we approach the end of the year, we’re taking a few moments to look back at what made news. The series is called Sounds of 2008. This morning, we hear from former Governor Howard Dean.

Midday Newscast: November 7, 2008

Former Gov. Howard Dean says he supports the direction that President-elect Barack Obama is taking in assembling an administration; Senator Bernie Sanders says he will push for a substantial economic stimulus package when Congress returns to session in about 10 days;

VPR Interview: Howard Dean

VPR’s Mitch Wertlieb speaks with Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Dean about President-Elect Barack Obama, the fifty-state strategy, the country’s future and his own.

Midday Newscast: August 29, 2008

Howard Dean helps to close the Democratic National Convention in Denver; Vermont State Police to work with three other states this weekend to go after drunk drivers; Students head back to Vermont’s colleges and universities; A New York State Trooper was shot in the hand during a struggle last night in the Adirondacks.

Midday Newscast: August 25, 2008

Howard Dean will gavel the Democratic National Convention to order later this afternoon; Vermont Democrats will have to choose between two candidates for lt. gov. during the primary on Sept. 9th; efforts are under way to restore Lake Champlain’s population of muskies.

Midday Newscast June 16, 2008

When former Gov. Howard Dean became chairman of the Democratic National Committee in 2005, he put a controversial plan in place that allocated financial resources to every state Democratic committee in the country;