WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama can only do so much to help his party in this year's midterm elections. Six years in office have taken a toll on his popularity, and aside from raising money, his value on the campaign trail is limited — especially in the states that worry Democrats the most.
In speech, Obama to help Democrats frame 2014 arguments
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