Friday, Jan. 18, 2008 | 11:25 a.m.
Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards highlighted his recordfighting for unions in his final appeal to Nevada caucus goers Friday.
Edwards said he's not just "talking the talk" like the front-runners,
"Nobody will fight for you and the right to organize like I will,"
Edwards told about 250 cheering supporters at his campaign
Edwards also pointed out that he's the only Democrat opposed to nuclear
energy -- he says the waste is too dangerous -- and was more bold than in
previous speeches in calling out Clinton for taking money from special
"The candidate who's taken the most money from the oil and gas industry
is not a Republican, it is a Democrat. It is Senator Clinton. Your friends
need to know about that if they're worried about this issue of clean
Edwards said he's the "underdog" against the two $100 million campaigns,
but that his is a grass roots movement to change the country.
"Don't look at what we say, look at what we've done," Edwards said. "I've
been there over and over and over and I will be there with you when the
fight is tough. Every single time I will be with you."