U.S. presidential election, 2004: Wedge Issues
- affirmative action
- aging of society/birthrate
- free trade
- gay rights
- gun control
- Operation Enduring Freedom/Operation Iraqi Freedom
- preemptive war
- same-sex marriage
- school vouchers
- U.S. economy
- U.S. tax cuts
- U.S. unemployment
- wage stagnation (minimum wage)
- internet activism
- U.S. presidential election, 2004: Active Advocacy Groups
- U.S. presidential election, 2004: Campaign Ads
- U.S. presidential election, 2004: Campaign Issues
- U.S. presidential election, 2004: Campaign Quotes
- U.S. presidential election, 2004: The Culture War
- 29 February 2004: "GOP seeks to press wedge issues in South" by Susan Milligan, Boston Globe.
Gay Rights/Same Sex Marriage
- 27 July 2003: "Gay rights tough to sharpen into political 'wedge issue'" by Susan Page, USA Today.
- October 2003: "Gay Marriage Is No Racial Wedge Issue" by Earl Ofari Hutchinson, AlterNet.
- 18 February 2004: "Gay marriage becoming small wedge in campaign-issue pie" by Sandy Kleffman, Contra Costa Times.
- 26 February 2004: "Gay Marriage Definitely A Wedge Issue Among Democrats" by Edward E.J. Davis, etalkinghead.com.