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Kerry, Edwards Begin Multi-State Campaign Tour

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Kerry, Edwards Begin Multi-State Campaign Tour

Kerry, Edwards Begin Multi-State Campaign Tour

Kerry, Edwards Begin Multi-State Campaign Tour

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Democratic Sen. John Kerry and his new vice presidential choice, Sen. John Edwards, kick off a cross-country barnstorming tour that will take them to at least seven states before Sunday. Democrats have rallied around the selection of Edwards, a party favorite. Republicans are already seeking to portray Edwards as too inexperienced for the No. 2 job. Hear NPR's Scott Horsley.

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