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Kerry's Fundraising Gives Bush a Run for His Money

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Kerry's Fundraising Gives Bush a Run for His Money

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Kerry's Fundraising Gives Bush a Run for His Money

Kerry's Fundraising Gives Bush a Run for His Money

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Presumptive Democratic presidential candidate Sen. John Kerry has done something Democrats didn't think possible: He's rounded up enough cash to be truly competitive with President Bush. Despite Bush's formidable fundraising machine, Kerry has actually raised more money this calendar year, $123 million to Bush's $82 million. NPR's Peter Overby reports.

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