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Independents Could Shake Up Early Primaries

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Independents Could Shake Up Early Primaries

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Independents Could Shake Up Early Primaries

Independents Could Shake Up Early Primaries

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Political analyst Charles Cook of the Cook Political Report talks about the role that independent voters might play in the 2008 Presidential campaigns.

More than 40 percent of voters in New Hampshire, the nation's first primary, identify themselves as independents. Cook tells Scott Simon that they can be an unpredictable bunch.

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