With prominent union-friendly states such as Nevada and California moving up their primaries in the 2008 presidential race, organized labor hopes to only increase its traditional influence in the Democratic nomination process.
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
Along a stretch of suburban homes and law offices in sprawling downtown Las Vegas, a core group of New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson's staff are looking to history for inspiration in their campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination.
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