All eyes on France's far-right party as it seeks new gains in weekend vote, rivals alarmed

March 20, 2015 3:12 PM

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All eyes on France's far-right party as it seeks new gains in weekend vote, rivals alarmed

French far right leader Marine Le Pen shakes hands with farmers while visiting a farm as she campaigns for local elections in Normandy, France, Friday March 20, 2015. For Le Pen, Sunday's election for more than 2,000 local councils is an important step in building a grassroots base critical to her ultimate goal: the 2017 presidency. Local elections will take place on Sunday, March 22 and the second round on March 29. (AP Photo/David Vincent) (The Associated Press)

French far right leader Marine Le Pen adresses farmers while visiting a farm as she campaigns for local elections in Normandy, France, Friday March 20, 2015. For Le Pen, Sunday's election for more than 2,000 local councils is an important step in building a grassroots base critical to her ultimate g...

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