The one-time frontrunner went winless in 17 primaries and caucuses. Still, Howard Dean's campaign shattered Democratic fundraising records, energized thousands of under-40 year-old voters, and lit a fire under the party faithful against the war and George W. Bush.
Click the "Listen" link to hear about the rise and fall of Howard Dean's candidacy campaign and what he brought to the Democratic presidential nomination race.
Perry Bacon, reporter for TIME magazine, who's been watching and writing about the Dean campaign
Steve Grossman, former chair of the Howard Dean campaign and former chair of the Democratic National Committee
Sarah Schweitzer, reporter for The Boston Globe, covered the Dean campaign until January 2004
Matt Bai, contributing writer to "The New York Times Magazine" who is covering the Presidential Campaign
Charlie Sohn, freshman at Oberlin College who spent January in NH with Dean Campaign
This program aired on February 18, 2004.