Controlling the 2004 'Swing' Voters

"Swing" voters — people who can vote either Democrat or Republican, depending on the candidate — are vital to winning the 2004 presidential election. But who they are, and which presidential hopeful will win them over, remains a mystery. NPR's Tony Cox talks with Democratic consultant Julianne Malveaux and Republican strategist Linda Chavez about who controls the swing vote.



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