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Voters' views diverge over Obama flap

Leadership on race praised, questioned

Senator Barack Obama of Illinois shook hands after speaking at the University of Charleston yesterday in Charleston, W.Va. Polls indicate that the furor over remarks by Obama's pastor has hurt Obama with the national electorate. Senator Barack Obama of Illinois shook hands after speaking at the University of Charleston yesterday in Charleston, W.Va. Polls indicate that the furor over remarks by Obama's pastor has hurt Obama with the national electorate. (ALEX BRANDON/ASSOCIATED PRESS)
By Scott Helman and Sasha Issenberg
Globe Staff / March 21, 2008

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HAMMOND, Ind. - Frieda Andersen and Ted Skup are both white, both live in northwestern Indiana, and both plan to vote in their state's Democratic presidential primary in May. (Full article: 1101 words)

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