Mass. Voters Weigh In on Governor's Obama Nod

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Sen. Barack Obama's poll numbers are falling, raising questions about his campaign — even as Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick endorsed Obama Tuesday night.

Two groups of Boston-area Democratic activists — one white, one black — are asked why they might follow their governor's lead — or not.



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