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Electability is key factor in Va., Tenn.

By Mary Leonard
Globe Staff / February 9, 2004

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RICHMOND -- The two Southerners in the Democratic presidential race, Senator John Edwards of North Carolina and retired Army General Wesley K. Clark of Arkansas, have worked hard to win the primaries in Virginia and Tennessee tomorrow. But the latest polls in both states indicate a Northerner, Senator John F. Kerry of Massachusetts, is in the lead. (Full Article: 1155 Words)

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