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Kerry Wins Big in N.H.; Dean Second

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Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry wins 39 percent of the vote in New Hampshire to claim his second straight victory in the contest for the Democratic presidential nomination. Former Vermont governor Howard Dean finishes second with 26 percent of the vote. Retired general Wesley Clark and North Carolina Sen. John Edwards finish third and fourth, respectively. Hear NPR's Mara Liasson.

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