News

September 2004

Final Weeks of Campaign Finds King in Battleground States

COLUMBUS, OH - In the countdown to election day, Carole King continued to criss-cross the U.S. in support of Kerry/Edwards, with the firm belief that America needs new leadership. According to Time Magazine, Washington, Oregon, Nevada, Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, Arkansas, Louisiana, Wisconsin, Michigan, Ohio, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Maine, New Hampshire, Delaware and Florida are the states which could ultimately decide this year¹s Presidential race.

Grand Rapids, MI - Carole King was back on the campaign trail from September until November 2, 2004 to talk about the importance of voting informed, and why she believes John Kerry and John Edwards are what America needs to be stronger at home and more respected in the world.

Topics include King's environmental work on NREPA (HR 1105 - now HR 3334)

WASHINGTON DC - Carole King was the featured guest on the in-depth, topical news program, John McLaughlin's ONE ON ONE, which aired nationally. On the show, King spoke about her environmental work with NREPA (Northern Rockies Ecosystem Protection Act) and how environmental issues are represented in this year's Presidential race.