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DENVER — Likely Presidential Democratic candidate Barrack Obama, can’t beat Republican nominee John McCain in the experience realm, but he can win the election by focusing on having a vision that resonates with America.

That’s the advice two prominent pollsters gave today at a briefing sponsored by CUNA and the National Journal. Democratic pollster Jeff Garin, who was a top strategist in the campaign for Senator Hilary Rodham Clinton, said Obama should “not try to compete out of experience, but define what it means to be a good leader.” In terms of having a vision “John McCain is not in the game,” he added.

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