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Democrats urged to broaden appeal

Swing voters must be focus, study says

By Nina J. Easton
Globe Staff / October 7, 2005

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WASHINGTON -- Two leading architects of the platform Bill Clinton used to snatch the White House from Republicans in 1992 yesterday released a study arguing that the Democratic Party must focus on appealing to swing voters, not mobilizing its traditional liberal allies, because the ranks of party supporters aren't big enough to win elections. (Full article: 810 words)

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