He was the Democratic nominee for Vice President in , and was a candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination in and Towards the end of his single six-year term, he sought the Democratic Party's nomination in the presidential election. He eventually became the Democratic candidate for vice president, the running mate of presidential nominee Senator John Kerry of Massachusetts. Following Kerry's loss to incumbent President George W.
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Edwards leads Kerry veepstakes
He is known for his advocacy of liberal policies pitting rich against poor. A contender for the Democratic nomination for president, Edwards' reputation collapsed overnight with his admission that he had had an affair with documentary film-maker Rielle Hunter when his wife was dying of breast cancer. He denied fathering her child at the time, but in January, , admitted he had lied. Edwards was born in Seneca, South Carolina on June 10, , where his father was the manager of a textile mill.
John Edwards. But his name on the ticket does not automatically boost Democratic prospects. Democratic strategists cautioned against reading too much into any poll before Kerry selects a running mate. Among Democrats surveyed, Edwards fared even better: 43 percent preferred him over three other Democrats. The first-term senator from North Carolina remained in the primaries longer than any other major candidate and won over thousands of Democratic voters with the positive tone of his campaign.