New Hampshire Is for Lovers
Teresa Santiago was ready to jump ship to another presidential candidate. But was she ready to commit political espionage?
April 24, 2004 2:20AM (UTC)
Teresa Santiago, somewhat disillusioned by the workings of the Kapucinski campaign, was now sitting in the backroom at the Rob Jones regional headquarters, looking into the too-blue eyes of Gerald Vidisson, listening to him explain the job he wanted her to do, while also thinking of her junior prom.
The rest of this story is no longer online, but does appear in the book
"The Unforbidden Is Compulsory, or Optimism."
Dave Eggers is the author of "You Shall Know Our Velocity" and "A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius."
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