Kerry Sets Sights on November Election With wins in five of the seven states holding nominating contests Tuesday, Sen. John Kerry takes command of the Democratic presidential race. Kerry still faces tests from rivals such as Sen. John Edwards and retired general Wesley Clark, who each won a state. But Kerry says he's already looking forward to taking on President Bush in November. Hear NPR's Scott Horsley.
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Kerry Sets Sights on November Election

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Kerry Sets Sights on November Election

Kerry Sets Sights on November Election

Kerry Sets Sights on November Election

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With wins in five of the seven states holding nominating contests Tuesday, Sen. John Kerry takes command of the Democratic presidential race. Kerry still faces tests from rivals such as Sen. John Edwards and retired general Wesley Clark, who each won a state. But Kerry says he's already looking forward to taking on President Bush in November. Hear NPR's Scott Horsley.

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