Presidential Race

NPR's Peter Kenyon reports that Governor George W. Bush and Vice President Al Gore are now focusing on each other as presidential rivals. In addition to trading shots on campaign finance abuses and soft money both candidates are also trying to get the attention of the supporters of Bill Bradley and John McCain now that they have stopped their campaigns.

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