John Kerry of Massachusetts dominated Super Tuesday's primary
elections, winning nine out of ten states and knocking his main
rival, Sen. John Edwards of North Carolina, out of the race. (03/03/04)
remaining Democratic presidential candidates met for a debate
in Los Angeles Thursday night before entering the final days of
cross-country campaigning ahead of Tuesday's ten-state super primary.
The Super Tuesday primary will be crucial for Sen. John Edwards
of North Carolina, the main rival to the Democratic front-runner,
Sen. John Kerry of Massachusetts. (02/27/04)
about John Edwards' presidential aspirations date back to the 2000
campaign, when Al Gore mentioned the senator's name as his second
choice for a running mate.
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