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Candidates Campaign in Oregon and Kentucky

The battle for the Democratic party's presidential nomination continued Tuesday as Oregon and Kentucky primary results flowed in.

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Primary Calendar Winds Down With Votes in Ky., Ore.
Article | Democrats in Kentucky and Oregon added their choices today to the presidential nominating contest between Sen. Barack Obama (Ill.) and Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton (N.Y.), a race the Obama campaign says is practically won but that Clinton's supporters insist is not yet over.
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Clinton Wins Her Faithful in Ky., But Obama Gains Whites in Ore.
Article | Kentucky's Democratic electorate proved tailor-made for Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, as her most reliable voters turned out in large numbers, giving her a win of better than 2 to 1 over Sen. Barack Obama. But Obama scored a rare double-digit win among white voters in Oregon, capitalizing on that ...
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Clinton-Obama Grudges Linger For Some Voters
Article | Lifelong Democrat Kathleen Cowley watches with disdain as huge crowds hang on Sen. Barack Obama's every word. She dismisses Obama's "intolerable logic." She turns the channel on pundits who chalk up Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton's primary victories to little more than racism. And she doesn't much care...
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Democrats Observe A Fragile Cease-Fire
Article | Sen. Barack Obama will return to Iowa tonight to celebrate another milestone in his long and sometimes bitter battle against Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, who shows no signs of dropping her effort to convince party leaders that she would be a stronger Democratic nominee for president.

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