By Gina Keating LOS ANGELES, June 26 (Reuters) - Al Sharpton was witty, Howard Dean was on message, John Kerry was statesmanlike, Carol Moseley Braun sought higher ground and Joe Lieberman savaged the Bush administration as the Democratic presidential candidates showcased their environmental credentials. Making their first appearance as a road show in Los Angeles, a key battleground for both votes and money in the Democratic presidential primaries, the candidates won approving reviews ...
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