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Fearing Election Day losses, some in GOP look to rebuild

Former Massachusetts governor William Weld (center background), a Republican, endorsed Democrat Barack Obama for president yesterday at Obama's campaign office in Salem, N.H. Former Massachusetts governor William Weld (center background), a Republican, endorsed Democrat Barack Obama for president yesterday at Obama's campaign office in Salem, N.H. (cheryl senter/Associated Press)
By Susan Milligan
Globe Staff / October 25, 2008

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WASHINGTON - Even as Republican nominee John McCain seeks to separate himself from an unpopular President Bush, some Republicans are rejecting McCain as well as Bush. And many party leaders are preparing to remake the damaged party after what they unhappily anticipate will be a bad day for the GOP on Nov. 4. (Full article: 1072 words)

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