Tim Reynolds, a popular musician, is backing Cong. Dennis Kucinich's run for president, but unfortunately for Kucinich, very few other people have jumped on his bandwagon.
The congressman has gained only two delegates compared to the 540 John Kerry has picked up so far.
Kucinich says he's not giving up. He believes he can still win the nomination by showing that he was the only candidate to stand up to George Bush on issues like the war in Iraq.
"I challenged the White House, I challenged the Democrats and I challenged the media who were beating the drums for war, and yet we went to war," said Kucinich.
Earlier this week, Howard Dean was in point saying that he is the only candidate to stand up to the president, something Kucinich takes exception to.
"Come on, come on, I mean look, let's get real. He's never voted on any of these issues."
Kucinich also carried a strong voice of opposition to the war in Iraq, saying he has a plan that would get nearly all of the U.S. troops out of that country in 90 days, a plan that unless there is a dramatic change of events, we will never see enacted.