Presumptive Democratic Presidential nominee John Kerry will visit Westminster College in Fulton Friday to speak at the same podium Vice President Dick Cheney spoke at Monday.
Darryl Franklin tells us more about his visit.
After hearing Vice-President Cheney speak to his school Monday, Westminster President Fletcher Lamkin says he was surprised and disappointed by what he described as "Kerry-bashing".
Lamkin is giving the same stage to the Democrats to make their statement on Friday by inviting presidential hopeful John Kerry to speak at the Fulton college.
In a conference call with reporters, Lieutenant Governor Joe Maxwell says Kerry's speech will not be as political as the Vice President's message.
"While Bush has launched attack after attack on negative attacks against John Kerry ever since it was clear that he would be the democratic nominee."
Friday's visit will not be Kerry's last on the Presidential campaign. Campaign spokesman Bill Berdman says the presumptive democratic nominee will return to the Show-Me-State within two months.