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October 25th, 2003 - 11:57 am

Not all the Democratic presidential candidates are happy with the hectic primary debate schedule:

“I think the crowded field allows the most shrill, conflict-oriented, confrontational voices to be heard,” Senator John Kerry of Massachusetts said Thursday in Iowa, “and not necessarily the person who might make the best candidate or the best president.”

Kerry then added that he believes that “elections are just a big popularity contest, and grossly unsuited to picking the best nominee.”

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