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Wisconsin

No inroads seen for Kerry rivals

By Glen Johnson
Globe Staff / February 11, 2004

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LA CROSSE, Wis. -- Howard Dean could have hardly found more favorable turf on which to seek a rebound for his presidential candidacy than this state, the birthplace of progressivism. But as Wisconsin voters prepare for their primary next Tuesday, Dean, John Edwards, and Wesley K. Clark are confronting the growing possibility that John F. Kerry's momentum will be too ... (Full Article: 905 Words)

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