Clinton rallies against recall as GOP strives for unity
Former President Bill Clinton rallied against the gubernatorial recall campaign Sunday, energizing a state Democratic Party that is increasingly hopeful it can defeat the attempt to oust Gov. Gray Davis.
Clinton, widely seen as the Democratic Party's most popular figure, spoke during a midmorning service at the First African Methodist Episcopal Church in Los Angeles, the city's oldest black congregation. He mixed scripture with politics during his 40-minute address, repeating Democrats' theme that the recall is part of a right-wing attempt to grab power.
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