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Democrats Prepare for 2004 Presidential Race

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Democrats Prepare for 2004 Presidential Race

Democrats Prepare for 2004 Presidential Race

Democrats Prepare for 2004 Presidential Race

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NPR's Mara Liasson reports that while President Bush's job approval ratings remain strong, and while his campaign bankroll is expanding, the Democrats are nonetheless determined not to let factionalism and ideological squabbles deter them from going all out in trying to take back the White House in 2004.

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