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Losing female support, McCain alters approach

John McCain and Sarah Palin held a rally yesterday in Bethlehem, Pa. Polls indicate the candidate has lost any gains he made among women by making Palin his running mate. John McCain and Sarah Palin held a rally yesterday in Bethlehem, Pa. Polls indicate the candidate has lost any gains he made among women by making Palin his running mate. (Gerald Herbert/ Associated Press)
By Sasha Issenberg
Globe Staff / October 9, 2008

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BETHLEHEM, Pa. - Senator John McCain returned to the campaign trail yesterday with new emphasis on a domestic agenda that appeared designed in part to address the concerns of white women, a crucial voting bloc that has moved steadily in recent weeks toward his rival, Barack Obama. (Full article: 966 words)

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