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Obama gets key Pa. endorsement

Casey's salvo is latest in feud with Clintons

Barack Obama shared a laugh yesterday with Senator Bob Casey at the Soldiers & Sailors Military Museum and Memorial in Pittsburgh, where Casey endorsed Obama for president. Barack Obama shared a laugh yesterday with Senator Bob Casey at the Soldiers & Sailors Military Museum and Memorial in Pittsburgh, where Casey endorsed Obama for president. (Alex Brandon/Associated Press)
By Sasha Issenberg
Globe Staff / March 29, 2008

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PITTSBURGH - Senator Bob Casey, a champion of the working-class Catholic voters at the core of Hillary Clinton's Pennsylvania coalition, endorsed Barack Obama yesterday, the latest swipe between two warring dynasties whose battles have defined the Democratic Party's search for a modern identity. (Full article: 774 words)

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