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Call it the invisible Democratic primary of 2003, where the battle for money, recognition, and endorsements is already raging

When Senator John Edwards (D-N.C.) announced his candidacy for the Presidency on Jan. 2, he joined a growing list of Democrats who are vying to take on President George W. Bush in 2004. Since former Vice-President Al Gore sidestepped a rematch, the Democratic camp has no clear favorite. "This race is wide open," says party strategist Tad Devine.

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