John McCain will challenge his Democratic opponent to many debates if he is the Republican nominee, his campaign manager Rick Davis told reporters today, and will accept public financing of the general election campaign.-- David S. Broder
The New Hampshire verdicts were reinforced Saturday in Nevada and South Carolina, bringing a degree of clarity to both parties' nomination fights.--David S. Broder
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Eight years after Iowa voters did the conventional -- sending George W. Bush and Al Gore on to meet in the election of 2000, they shook up the status quo in both parties as never before.--David Broder
Mike Huckabee is not backing off.
Sen. Hillary Clinton went to bat for New York's apple growers.
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