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Obama Continued from page 1 of  News

At a news conference, the wife of former U.S. President Bill Clinton said the crucial early contests in California and New York have changed the dynamics of the campaign. “It’s added to the mix in an extraordinary way. You know, we’ve never had a primary process like this,” she said. “It puts an enormous burden on me and my campaign. Obviously, you know we have to cover a lot more ground and raise a lot more money to be able to compete in all these states.”
Caitlin Harvey, 20, a university student, said other candidates were stirring more passions than Clinton, adding she preferred Obama and former North Carolina Sen. John Edwards. "Obama, he’s new and fresh, he makes people excited about politics again," she said. "Hillary, she doesn’t excite people as much."

 

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