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Bill Clinton offers help to Obama

Senator says support from couple essential

Bill Clinton spoke yesterday in Leipzig, Germany, after receiving a charity award from rocker Bob Geldof. It is not known what kind of campaigning Barack Obama might ask Clinton to do. Bill Clinton spoke yesterday in Leipzig, Germany, after receiving a charity award from rocker Bob Geldof. It is not known what kind of campaigning Barack Obama might ask Clinton to do. (Sean Gallup/Getty Images)
Associated Press And Globe Staff / June 25, 2008

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Former President Bill Clinton, who has been noticeably reticent in his backing for Barack Obama, finally offered his endorsement yesterday, issuing a one-sentence statement through a spokesman. (Full article: 784 words)

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