Fundraising for 2004 Presidential Race Takes Shape

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President Bush is off to a powerful start as he raises funds for a 2004 re-election run, while a bevy of candidates for the Democratic nomination fight for their share of the campaign pie. The mechanics of fundraising rely heavily on a technique called "bundling." NPR's Steve Inskeep reports.



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