Increasingly to the Left.

Barack Obama has expressed support for the decision gubernatorial of the Democratic leaders to reject the candidate that Governor Blagojevich, accused of corruption for his alleged attempt to gain the nomination, has been appointed to the position that the U.S. president-elect has elections vacancy in the U.S. Senate. Besides, says in a statement, believes that the best resolution “that the governor would resign from his position and allow it to start democratic party a legal process and appropriate” to appoint his successor. In the elections of 1984 Anderson expressed support for the Democratic Party candidate Walter Mondale, leaving his apparent break with his former party and its virginia progressive approach to the left.
While returned to work as a lawyer in a prestigious law firm, was engaged at the same time to act in a visiting dnc chairman professor at several universities and participated in the board of several foundations of civil society organizations fighting for causes “progressive” or governor related to electoral reforms.
In the 2000 presidential election support for the Green Party candidate, Ralph Nader, which proved that even more now to the left for the Democratic Party.
Anderson in January 2008 expressed strong support for the pre-time Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama (president-elect of the United States]]).