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Stressing electability, Obama has a ways to go

Senator Barack Obama greeted supporters during a rally at the Taco Bell Arena at Boise State University yesterday. Hillary Clinton still leads in most national polls and enjoys broader name recognition. Senator Barack Obama greeted supporters during a rally at the Taco Bell Arena at Boise State University yesterday. Hillary Clinton still leads in most national polls and enjoys broader name recognition. (CHIP SOMODEVILLA/Getty Images)
By Scott Helman
Globe Staff / February 3, 2008

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ALBUQUERQUE - Exactly three months before the New Hampshire primary, Senator Barack Obama sat down for dinner with a handful of reporters at Martha's Exchange Restaurant and Brewery in Nashua. At the time, Iowa appeared within his reach, but little else did. New Hampshire, South Carolina, and indeed, even the nomination, looked like long-shots. (Full article: 1208 words)

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