John Edwards prevailed as the winner of a potentially influential, privately-held caucus of influential fund-raisers and activists in San Francisco last week, besting Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama and Bill Richardson, all of whom made personal appeals to the group.
According to an attendee, Hillary’s session in front of the group's approximately 120 members went over extremely well, especially when she talked about gay rights. But when it came time for the “caucus-goers” to choose their candidate, she failed to make it past the first cut.
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