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Political strategy

In blacks, Obama seeks untapped well of support

Get-out-vote push paying off, polls suggest

By Scott Helman
Globe Staff / January 20, 2008

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African-Americans had some impact in the 2004 Democratic presidential primaries, making up nearly half of the party's voters in South Carolina and Georgia, a third or more in Virginia and Louisiana, and a fifth or more in New York, Texas, and Tennessee. (Full article: 1220 words)

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