Cribbed from Swopa:
Dean Rival Gains Strength in Bid for Chairman
By ADAM NAGOURNEY
WASHINGTON, Jan. 30 - In a sign of resistance to Howard Dean's bid to lead the Democratic Party, the executive board of the Association of State Democratic Chairs recommended on Sunday that the association endorse one of Dr. Dean's rivals, Donnie Fowler Jr. of South Carolina.
The recommendation, to be voted on by the entire association on Monday, reflected turmoil among Democrats as Dr. Dean seeks to portray his election on Feb. 12 by the Democratic National Committee as inevitable, and his opponents move to rally around a candidate to block him.
Dean Emerging as Likely Chief for Democrats
By ADAM NAGOURNEY and ANNE E. KORNBLUT
WASHINGTON, Feb. 1 - Howard Dean emerged Tuesday as the almost assured new leader of the Democratic National Committee, as one of his main rivals quit the race and Democrats streamed to announce their support of a man whose presidential campaign collapsed one year ago.
Note: This isn't an example of "bias." It's an example of "shitty reporting."