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Clinton makes pitch to letter carriers in S. Boston for Obama

Hillary Clinton said electing Obama would mean expanding healthcare access and preventing further outsourcing of jobs. Hillary Clinton said electing Obama would mean expanding healthcare access and preventing further outsourcing of jobs. (David L. Ryan/Globe Staff)
By Lisa Wangsness
Globe Staff / July 22, 2008

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Hillary Clinton, in South Boston yesterday to continue her efforts to unite the Democratic Party, urged thousands of letter carriers who had been early and enthusiastic backers of her campaign to throw their support behind Barack Obama, her former rival and now the presumptive nominee. (Full article: 551 words)

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