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  Clark stumps for Kerry in Georgia
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Last EditedEddie  Feb 25, 2004 06:53pm
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News DateWednesday, February 25, 2004 06:00:00 AM UTC0:0
DescriptionFormer Democratic presidential candidate Wesley Clark spent Wednesday campaigning around the state for current Democratic front-runner John Kerry.

Clark, who was born in Chicago but grew up in Arkansas, said he decided to support Kerry, rather than South Carolina native John Edwards, because the Massachusetts senator has the best qualifications.

Clark's visit came as Kerry began running a television advertisement featuring former Georgia Sen. Max Cleland, a disabled Vietnam veteran ousted by Republican Saxby Chambliss.

"John Kerry is the one man I would put my trust in to make this country safe," Cleland said in Kerry campaign ads that began airing around the state. "He's been tested on the battlefield. He's been tested in the United States Senate. Now he's ready to be president of the United States."
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