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Kerry bolsters Obama's fund-raising clout

Says senator has best chance of forging change

Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama spoke yesterday at a rally in Charleston, S.C., during which he received the endorsement of Senator John F. Kerry (right). Kerry said Obama has inspirational power that cannot be ignored in Washington. Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama spoke yesterday at a rally in Charleston, S.C., during which he received the endorsement of Senator John F. Kerry (right). Kerry said Obama has inspirational power that cannot be ignored in Washington. (joshua lott/Reuters)
By Marcella Bombardieri
Globe Staff / January 11, 2008

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Bringing his fat fund-raising Rolodex and foreign policy gravitas, John F. Kerry, the Democratic nominee for president in 2004, endorsed Barack Obama yesterday, declaring that the Illinois senator has "the greatest potential to lead a transformation, not just a transition." (Full article: 809 words)

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