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Kerry forces planned for a battle that never was

By Patrick Healy
Globe Staff / November 4, 2004

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When senior campaign advisers left John F. Kerry's town house around 10 p.m. Tuesday, the decision was made: Even if President Bush were ahead in the popular vote or Electoral College, even if Republicans were calling for him to concede defeat, Kerry would stay in the race until every certifiable vote had been counted. (Full article: 924 words)

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