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John Edwards Still Has Work To Do

Election 2008

John Edwards Still Has Work To Do

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The future dynamic duo? Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. Barack Obama and former Sen. John Edwards pose on stage at a rally in Grand Rapids, Mich. Edwards announced his endorsement of Obama at the rally. Mark Wilson/Getty Images hide caption

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Former Sen. John Edwards talks about what went right and what went wrong with his campaign for president, his plan to cut poverty in half by 2018, and whether — if asked — he would accept the Democratic Party's nomination for vice president.

Edwards is currently the national chairman of "Half in Ten: From Poverty to Prosperity," a new campaign that aims to cut poverty by 50 percent over the next ten years.

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