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Staffers '04 takes a behind the scenes look in the camps of numerous Democratic presidential hopefuls as they try to secure the nomination of their party in the 2004 United States presidential election. The unique perspective of the campaign staffers is taken in this documentary as we see all the tireless work which goes into a presidential campaign to support their respective candidates. From the Iowa caucuses to the nomination of John Kerry. The film follows the campaign workers known as "staffers" from the camps of John Kerry, Howard Dean, Joe Lieberman, Wesley Clark and Dennis Kucinich while on the campaign trail. One of the most candid moments was Howard Dean's "I have a scream" speech, which is also captured here displaying just how fickle the support of the American Primary voter can be and the drama that can ensue. All of the candid moments, unexpected twists and pivotal turns of fortune that make up a campaign are shown here in this series.
|S01E01||Episode 1||24/02/2004||On the eve of the Iowa caucus, political staffers are working overtime to help their candidates gain favor with the locals. Among the campaigners are Amad Jackson, who works for Wesley Clark; Sandra Abrevaya, in the Howard Dean camp; and Chris Lavery, who supports Joe Lieberman.|
|S01E02||Episode 2||00/00/0000||Marvin Nicholson, personal assistant to John Kerry, accompanies the senator to New Hampshire in the wake of a first-place finish in Iowa. Meanwhile, a somewhat deflated Sandra heads to South Carolina to start a paid position with the Howard Dean campaign.|
|S01E03||Episode 3||00/00/0000||After sweeping Iowa and New Hampshire, John Kerry is considered the man to beat, and his staffers turn their attention to the South. Meanwhile, in Wisconsin, Sandra works hard to keep the Howard Dean campaign afloat, and Amad waits for Wesley Clark to pull ahead.|
|S01E04||Episode 4||00/00/0000||After a disappointing show in the South, Wesley Clark drops out of the race, and an ever-optimistic Amad returns home to California. Meanwhile, John Kerry -- who was once considered a long shot -- sits comfortably at the top of the pack, and his staffers are riding the wave.|
|S01E05||Episode 5||00/00/0000||With Super Tuesday rapidly approaching, John Kerry's staffers set out to widen his lead over rival John Edwards and secure his chances for the Democratic nomination. Meanwhile, Dennis Kucinich's campaign workers drum up support among die-hard liberals|
|S01E06||Episode 6||00/00/0000||With no rivals left in the race, John Kerry and his staffers continue their pursuit of the Democratic nomination. Meanwhile, the time has come for the senator to select a running mate, and he meets with prospective candidates John Edwards and Howard Dean.|