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Low-Wage Women Workers a Question Mark in Coming Vote

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Low-Wage Women Workers a Question Mark in Coming Vote

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Low-Wage Women Workers a Question Mark in Coming Vote

Low-Wage Women Workers a Question Mark in Coming Vote

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Working women who struggle from day to day to meet basic financial needs — especially in the South — could provide important swing votes in the 2004 elections. Many say they aren't seeing the benefits of the Bush tax cuts, and they question U.S. involvement in Iraq. NPR's Linda Wertheimer reports.