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Kerry said to near decision on running mate

By Glen Johnson and Patrick Healy
Globe Staff / July 1, 2004

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PITTSBURGH -- John F. Kerry spent yesterday in isolation at his wife's 90-acre suburban farm, working on his convention acceptance speech amid signs that the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee may announce his choice of a running mate here as early as next Tuesday. (Full Article: 1089 Words)

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