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Kerry Holds Off Edwards to Win Wisconsin
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Kerry Holds Off Edwards to Win Wisconsin

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Kerry Holds Off Edwards to Win Wisconsin

Kerry Holds Off Edwards to Win Wisconsin
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Sen. John Kerry wins the Wisconsin primary, beating second-place finisher Sen. John Edwards by six percentage points. Howard Dean is a distant third. Edwards' strong finish bolsters his argument that this is now a two-man race, as Democrats prepare for a flurry of contests in early March. Hear NPR's Scott Horsley.

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