Experts Say Dean's Ads Strike Chord With Voters

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With Democratic presidential candidate Howard Dean ahead in the polls in New Hampshire and Massachusetts—the home state of rival Sen. John Kerry—the former Vermont governor is emerging as the candidate whose ad messages are resonating most with voters, agency and academic experts contend.

So far, Dean has consistently emphasized his opposition to the Iraq war in the two spots his campaign has launched.

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