Democrats Turn to Dean for New Leadership Recovering from bitter November election losses, Democratic Party faithfuls elect a new committee chairman. Former Vermont governor Howard Dean is poised to take charge of a party that, in the words of one delegate, has "nowhere to go but up." Follow NPR coverage.
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Democrats Turn to Dean for New Leadership

The former Vermont governor is elected chairman of the Democratic National Committee.

Dean Takes Over as DNC Chairman

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Slate's Ballot Box: The DNC Chair Race

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Former Presidential Candidate Howard Dean

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Democratic Party Leaders Meet and Look Ahead

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McAuliffe Put DNC Back on Solid Financial Ground

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