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In the 2008 campaigns, who was not a Democratic party candidate for president? a. Hillary Clinton c. John Edwards b. Rudolph Giuliani d. Barack Obama
In the 2008 campaigns, who was not a Democratic party candidate for president? b. Rudolph Giulian.
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