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Emboldened Democrats court party's left wing

Sen. Clinton seen abandoning turf

Stepping up their message to the left are Senators John F. Kerry (left) of Massachusetts, Evan Bayh of Indiana, former senator John Edwards of North Carolina, and former Virginia governor Mark Warner. 'It's very important for them to know we'll fight for their beliefs,' Edwards said.
By Nina J. Easton
Globe Staff / March 17, 2006

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WASHINGTON -- Former senator John Edwards got high marks from labor for a new effort to unionize hotel workers, and Wisconsin Senator Russ Feingold's demand this week that President Bush be censured was music to the ears of activists on the left. (Full article: 1298 words)

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