Are White Men the Soccer Moms of 2008?

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Sen. Barack Obama

Sen. Barack Obama tours a Johnstown, Penn. factory before that state's democratic primary. Stan Honda/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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They're generally part of the working class, skewing right of center. With an African-American and a woman as top democratic contenders, Politico.com's David Paul Kuhn says white male voters are as critical as they've ever been — but now they're even more elusive.

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