Edwards to Enter Spotlight with Upbeat Message

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Democratic running mates John Edwards and John Kerry campaign in Dayton, Ohio, July 7, 2004.

Democratic running mates John Edwards and John Kerry campaign in Dayton, Ohio, July 7, 2004. Sharon Farmer, John Kerry for President hide caption

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John Edwards campaigns in Dayton, Ohio, July 7, 2004.

John Edwards campaigns in Dayton, Ohio, July 7, 2004. Sharon Farmer, John Kerry for President hide caption

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Sen. John Edwards takes center stage Wednesday night as he accepts the Democratic vice presidential nomination. He's expected to deliver a forward-looking, optimistic speech that reprises his rags-to-riches life story and focuses on such policy issues as jobs and health care. Hear NPR's Adam Hochberg.

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