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  •  "I think you can pretty much follow the red-blue map there," said Jennifer Duffy, senior editor for the Cook Political Report. "Obviously, he can be an asset in places like Illinois, California, certainly Connecticut, Nevada, Pennsylvania, Washington state, he can go to all those places … he probably should not go to Indiana."

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  • She also said he funnels more money through Democratic congressional campaign arms than Mr. Bush did through Republican organizations.

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