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Kerry challengers' strategy

Trailing candidates counting on delegate math

By Joanna Weiss
Globe Staff / February 10, 2004

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MEMPHIS -- Their chances, at first glance, look increasingly bleak; they have carried one state, or none, while John F. Kerry has racked up 10 wins in primaries and caucuses. But the campaigns of Wesley K. Clark, John Edwards, and Howard Dean are taking comfort in a concept they hope will be more potent than momentum: arithmetic. (Full Article: 1105 Words)

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