WASHINGTON (AP) - Democrats will be doing some more fence-mending today after their bruising battle for the party's presidential nomination. Hillary Clinton is to introduce Barack Obama to her top fundraisers, some of whom have been reluctant to open their wallets for her former opponent. The Washington meeting is part of a show of unity that will continue tomorrow when Clinton joins Obama on the campaign trail in the town of Unity, New Hampshire. Earlier this week, Obama urged his finance team to help Clinton retire her sizable campaign debt. Sources say some of her backers have made that a prerequisite for their help for Obama.
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