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New Hampshire Looms as Three-Way Battle

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Polls show Sen. John Kerry of Massachusetts building a slight lead in the New Hampshire primary, while former Vermont governor Howard Dean slips to second and retired Gen. Wesley Clark holding third place. Many voters remain undecided. NPR's Mara Liasson reports.

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