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the role they play," Kathy says. "Our
country is so big and it's impossible
for everyone to know the candidates.
But the Iowans and the people of
New Hampshire get that opportuni-
ty. We saw them get to know my
brother-in-law and his opponents.
They made their judgment from the
place of knowledge and understand-
Of course, when asking Cam or
the Weinmans why people should
vote for Kerry, you won't get a
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strengths-and-weaknesses kind of
answer. However, the warmth and
intimacy of the reply gives another
insight into this political family of
"There's nobody else I want by my
side in a tough situation than my
brother," says the easy-going Cam,
who has been at his brother's side for
all of John's campaigns for office.
"In times of war and great eco-
nomic challenge, he's the kind of
leader we need." Ell
The Kerry train continued to gather
steam over the weekend as Massachu-
setts Sen. John Kerry easily won the
Feb. 7 Michigan caucus with 52 per-
cent of the vote, beating second-place
Howard Dean by a three-to-one mar-
The Democratic field of presidential
candidates has narrowed from nine to
six in recent weeks and pundits predict
the race should narrow to two — or
possibly be over — by March.
Kerry is in a comfortable lead for the
nomination and four polls released
Monday showed he would beat
President George W. Bush by a narrow
margin in a head-to-head match if the
election were now
But are his views supportive of Israel
and other domestic Jewish concerns?
"He's surrounded himself, like a lot
of these politicians do, with some very
influential Jewish people," said attor-
ney Michael Kramer of Bloomfield
Hills, who has hosted events for Kerry's
campaign. "I've met with him three or
four times and he's always made a
point to say that he's a supporter of
Israel and he's committed to peace over
As the campaign progresses, Kerry
should articulate his Mideast policy in
detail, Kramer said.