Kerry Wins in South, Looks Toward November

Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry collects lopsided wins in Tuesday's primaries in four Southern states, edging closer to clinching the Democratic nomination for president. Turning his attention to the November election, Kerry ratchets up his attacks on President Bush and steps up efforts to raise $80 million in campaign funds. Hear NPR's David Welna.

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