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Obama, Biden Continue Campaign

With less than seven weeks until Election Day, Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Barack Obama (Ill.) and running mate Sen. Joe Biden (Del.) take their campaign for the White House to key swing states this week, touting their plans for the ailing economy.

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