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Democrats Seek to Fire Up 'NASCAR Dad' Vote

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Democrats Seek to Fire Up 'NASCAR Dad' Vote

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Democrats Seek to Fire Up 'NASCAR Dad' Vote

Democrats Seek to Fire Up 'NASCAR Dad' Vote

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"NASCAR dads" are the new suburban soccer moms. These rural, working-class men are considered a voting bloc that could reelect President Bush — or put a Democrat back in the White House. Several Democratic candidates are haunting NASCAR racetracks, trying to convince voters the Bush administration has ignored them. NPR's Mara Liasson reports.