Democrats Stress Unity at Annual Dinner in Indianapolis
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Democrats Stress Unity at Annual Dinner in Indianapolis

Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton addressed Democrats in Indianapolis at the annual Jefferson Jackson Dinner Sunday night. In the midst of a highly competitive primary contest in Indiana, the candidates temporarily scaled back their criticism of each other and focused it instead on President Bush and presumtive Republican nominee John McCain, emphasizing the unity of the Democratic party. Video by Francine Uenuma/washingtonpost.com

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