Kerry Wins New Hampshire: News Analysis

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John Kerry's victory in the New Hampshire primary establishes the Massachusetts senator as the frontrunner among Democrats hoping to challenge President George W. Bush. Kerry and Dean were out of reach from the rest of the pack, but the race now turns to states where Southerners Sen. John Edwards and Wesley Clark feel more at home. NPR's Robert Siegel discusses New Hampshire and the upcoming primaries with Andrew Kohut of the Pew Research Center and NPR's Ronald Elving.

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