(Adds McCain comments about polls) By Steve Holland LAS VEGAS, June 25 (Reuters) - Republican presidential candidate John McCain on Wednesday sought to reassure supporters in the face of some polls showing a widening lead for Democrat Barack Obama ahead of the November election. At two fund-raising events in Las Vegas, McCain played down a poll that showed Obama with a double-digit lead and said most surveys show him down by only a few percentage points. "I like that position," ...
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