Democrats Search for New Leader After 2004 Loss

President Bush begins his second term and Democrats are searching for a new party chairman — one who will heal the wounds of last year's election, and help the party remain relevant in the 21st century. NPR's Tony Cox talks with two of the front-runners, former Denver Mayor Wellington Webb and former Texas Congressman Martin Frost.

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