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Battered Dean Says He's Still in Race
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Battered Dean Says He's Still in Race

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Battered Dean Says He's Still in Race

Battered Dean Says He's Still in Race
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In the last few days, political pundits, online supporters and even his now-departed campaign chairman have forecast that Howard Dean would exit the presidential race if he loses Tuesday's primary in Wisconsin. On Monday, Dean tried to stop the chatter, noting that he speaks for his campaign and insisting he's still in the race. Hear NPR's Robert Smith.

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