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The Kerry camp

Amid Iowa surge, advisers eye N.H.

By Anne E. Kornblut and Patrick Healy
Globe Staff / January 17, 2004

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DECORAH, Iowa -- Declaring his campaign in a "new phase," Senator John F. Kerry embraced his sudden surge ahead in the polls as evidence voters here are finally taking their decision seriously, while his advisers mapped out ways to transfer the Iowa boom to the more difficult campaign in New Hampshire. (Full Article: 938 Words)

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