BOSTON — On the ninth floor of an office building just off the Boston Common, a group called Health Care for All runs a help line that, not long ago, got 40 calls a month. Today, the calls each month have swelled to 3,000, as people throughout Massachusetts phone in for guidance in navigating a…

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A preview of Barack Obama’s prime-time half-hour infomercial is heavy in strings, flags, presidential imagery and Americana.

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Thanks for REALISM “These fake October Surprises are silly because they’re not that surprising. After a campaign marked by daily charges/countercharges, the public’s endorphin receptors are numbed…stunning admissions both campaigns are getting excited about…no different than the gaffes and low-level deceptions we’ve been dieting on for months”

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Bill Clinton embraced Barack Obama as a fresh leader for a new generation of Americans and implored voters to rally behind him.

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The commercial was particularly highly-viewed in several battleground states. According to Nielsen, 29% of households in Philadelphia, 28% of households in West Palm Beach/Ft. Pierce, Florida, and 27% of households in Greensboro/High Point/Winston Salem, N.C. viewed the ad. Mr. Obama’s message clearly reverberated across the country. GO OBAMA !

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SUNRISE, Fla., Oct. 29 — Eager to cement his case for the presidency in voters’ minds before the campaign’s frenetic final weekend, Sen. Barack Obama blitzed the television airwaves and deployed one of the Democratic Party’s biggest names to deliver his message of change.

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