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President Obama kicked off the 2012 campaign Monday by officially filing as a candidate for re-election, but as he tries to reconstruct his winning 2008 coalition, he has some major repair work to do with political independents, who have turned on him.
In a political career already noted for historic breakthroughs, President Obama is poised in 2012 to chalk up another: the nation's first $1 billion candidate.