Kerry, Edwards Kick Off Tour Democratic running mates John Kerry and John Edwards set off from Boston on a coast-to-coast campaign tour that will take them to 21 states in two weeks. Meanwhile, President Bush resumes campaigning in battleground states after lying low during the Democratic convention. Hear NPR's Scott Horsley.
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Kerry, Edwards Begin Barnstorming Tour

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Kerry, Edwards Begin Barnstorming Tour

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Democratic running mates John Kerry and John Edwards set off from Boston on a coast-to-coast campaign tour that will take them to 21 states in two weeks. Meanwhile, President Bush resumes campaigning in battleground states after lying low during the Democratic convention. Hear NPR's Scott Horsley.

Democratic presidential nominee John Kerry (left) and running mate John Edwards arrive at a campaign rally in Boston, Mass., July 30, 2004. Reuters hide caption

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Democratic presidential nominee John Kerry (left) and running mate John Edwards arrive at a campaign rally in Boston, Mass., July 30, 2004. Reuters hide caption

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