- Reporter's Notebook: Dwindling Coffers Force Democrat Candidates to Reduce On-Air Campaigns Tomorrow, 1150 Democratic delegates will be at stake in 10 states, with California and New York the biggest of all. John Kerry and John Edwards are campaigning hard, although that may be hard to believe if you look at where they-re spending their money. Meg Kinnard, associate editor of NationalJournal.com, reports on candidates' decreased spending on political spots in the media capital of the US.
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