New 10/23/00 - The Journey From Here
As the general election rages on and Al Gore faces an increasingly uphill battle against Governor Bush for all the reasons listed here a year ago, Senator Bradley has released a new book, The Journey From Here. Part post-mortem on his primary campaign, part rallying cry for his disillusioned followers, Journey is an excellent read for anyone drawn to the Senator's candidacy over a year ago. I must say, it's hard to watch the recent debates and not lament what might have been.
New 7/18/00 - Bradley endorses Gore. This site doesn't.
After four months of relative seclusion, Bill Bradley endorsed Al Gore for President and updated his campaign website for the post-election statesman look. Again, Go Bradley Go! urges all Bradley supporters to chide Gore for his reprehensible campaign of misrepresentation and vote Nader.
New 3/28/00 - Bradley Toons Updated.
The Bill Bradley Political Cartoon Archive has been updated for the final time.
New 3/9/00 - Into the Sunset.
At 11pm ET this morning, Senator Bill Bradley withdrew from the Presidential race and pledged to support Al Gore in the general election. We will deeply miss his vision, humor, integrity, and leadership throughout the general election and the next four years, and we very much hope that his experience in the arena this year won't dissuade him from future political service.
Note: With all due respect to the Senator for a fine campaign, this site does not follow his lead in regard to supporting his opponent. A flawed Democrat anyway, Vice-President Al Gore ran a desperate and unprincipled primary campaign that is unworthy of Progressive support., even in the face of a potential Bush presidency. As of now, Go Bradley Go! encourages all readers to vote for a Democratic Congress and to either abstain in the Presidential race or vote for Ralph Nader, of the Green Party.
New 3/8/00 - Bradley Shutout by Gore.Vice-President Al Gore, the candidate of the Democratic Establishment, scored a decisive victory over progressive insurgent Senator Bradley on Super Tuesday, defeating him in all 15 contested states. Words cannot convey my profound disappointment with the Democratic electorate.
New 3/2/00 - The Choice is Clear.
Fellow Democrats, the battle is nearing conclusion and the choice must now be made. Appealing to our submerged idealism and our quiet national conscience, Senator Bradley has illustrated time and time again his commitment to core Democratic issues. Moreover, Bradley has fashioned comprehensive and bold responses to the lingering problems of health care, child poverty, campaign finance reform, gun control, and civil rights. Meanwhile, Al Gore has waged a cynical campaign of misrepresentation and status quo piecemeal centrism. He has treated American voters like they are idiots and fully expects such low tactics -- and the party establishment -- to carry him to victory. These tactics, not to mention his fundraising habits and conservative record, blunt many of the attacks a Democratic candidate must wage in the general election. Finally, the man has no crossover appeal. Like Walter Mondale and Bob Dole before him, Al Gore has no traction outside his base. A primary vote for Al Gore is a prayer that George Bush just happens to be a lousier candidate than the Vice-President. Why make such a gamble with a compromised candidate when you have on the ballot such a strong, committed, compassionate, and visionary leader as Senator Bradley, who has the knowledge, ability, confidence, and appeal to win the nomination and further the Progressive cause into the new century?