Bush In Wisconsin

NPR's Peter Kenyon reports from Milwaukee, on Republican Presidential candidate George W. Bush's campaigning in Wisconsin. The Texas governor visited a Harley plant yesterday and a pre-school. He's hoping to attract a group of white, Midwestern swing voters, known once as 'Reagan Democrats.' He's also delivering a message of 'compassionate conservatism.' Earlier in the week, Governor Bush campaigned in New York, New Jersey, and Maryland.



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