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Obama Campaign Adviser: 'Unless It's Palin Or Gingrich, We Expect A Very Close Race'

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Said one adviser to the Obama reelection campaign, who spoke on the condition of anonymity: "Through the process of winning that nomination, they will achieve stature, and by the reality of having won that nomination, they will be competitive with the president at fundraising."

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