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Here's the coverage in the New York Times:
"The [Working Families] party sent an Internet antiwar commercial via e-mail last week to more than 100,000 New York voters, urging them to vote for Democratic candidates on the Working Families Party ballot line - as opposed to the Democratic Party line - as a way of sending a message that they opposed the war. The e-mail missive includes a letter from the rock musicianTake the "Bring 'em Home" pledge at:
BobPete Seeger supporting the party's effort, which it calls "Bring Them Home."
Party leaders said they wanted to hold Mrs. Clinton accountable for voting in 2002 to authorize military action in Iraq, as well as other candidates whom they endorsed, like Mrs. Clinton, and who initially supported the war. Mrs. Clinton's name will appear on both the Democratic Party line and the Working Families Party line on the Nov. 7 ballot.
"Our difference with Senator Clinton is a difference in degree - her phased redeployment doesn't go far enough, fast enough," said Dan Cantor, executive director of the Working Families Party."
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