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STRATEGIZING

Kerry studies ways to counter possible Bush bounce in polls

By Patrick Healy
Globe Staff / September 1, 2004

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NANTUCKET -- Senator John F. Kerry huddled with several top advisers on the island yesterday amid concerns inside his campaign that President Bush will leave his convention Friday with a better bounce in the polls than Kerry received after his Boston convention, prompting a surge of strategizing and speculation about a shake-up in the Democrat's camp. (Full Article: 608 Words)

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