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Democrats Vie for Position in New Hampshire

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Democrats Vie for Position in New Hampshire

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Democrats Vie for Position in New Hampshire

Democrats Vie for Position in New Hampshire

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Retired general Wesley Clark courts voters outside a restaurant in Keene, N.H., Jan. 26, 2004. Reuters Limited hide caption

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A day before New Hampshire's primary, the Democratic presidential candidates canvass door-to-door for votes. Polls show Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry in the lead. Former frontrunner Howard Dean is well back in second place. A battle for third place has developed among retired general Wesley Clark, North Carolina Sen. John Edwards, and Connecticut Sen. Joe Lieberman. Hear NPR's Mara Liasson.

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