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Sure need some help with dates on John Kerry. Does anyone know the date that John Kerry had compiled enough delegate votes to win the nomination...and...what date had the last opponent to Kerry dropped out of the race? Thanks in advance for helping our study group.

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John Kerry delegates are analyzed. The expert determines the date that John Kerry has compiled enough delegate votes to win the nomination.

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