As Bush Attacks, Kerry Seeks to Define Candidacy

With his win in Tuesday's Illinois primary, Sen. John Kerry officially secures the Democratic presidential nomination. He now faces the tough task of defining himself clearly to voters, as attack ads from President Bush's re-election campaign portray Kerry as weak on national defense. Hear NPR's David Welna.

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