Bush Campaign Chair Dismisses Kerry Threat The Bush-Cheney re-election campaign is waiting to see how the race for the Democratic presidential nomination shakes out before unleashing the full force of its political advertising. Bush campaign chairman Marc Racicot calls Democratic frontrunner Sen. John Kerry "out of the mainstream" and dismisses polls suggesting Kerry would win if the election were held today. Hear Racicot's interview with NPR's Juan Williams.
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Bush Campaign Chair Dismisses Kerry Threat

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Bush Campaign Chair Dismisses Kerry Threat

Bush Campaign Chair Dismisses Kerry Threat

Bush Campaign Chair Dismisses Kerry Threat

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The Bush-Cheney re-election campaign is waiting to see how the race for the Democratic presidential nomination shakes out before unleashing the full force of its political advertising. Bush campaign chairman Marc Racicot calls Democratic frontrunner Sen. John Kerry "out of the mainstream" and dismisses polls suggesting Kerry would win if the election were held today. Hear Racicot's interview with NPR's Juan Williams.

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