Monday, June 28, 2004



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Memphis social worker Kerry Fulmer (right) listens to the voice of Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry during a conference call at an open house for local Kerry supporters Sunday. The event, which took place at the East Memphis home of Millie Katzen, was one of several presided over lately by Fulmer, who is the Massachusetts senatorÕs first cousin, once removed, and heads up volunteer efforts for him in Shelby County.

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