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Nader Could Affect Swing States
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Nader Could Affect Swing States

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Nader Could Affect Swing States

Nader Could Affect Swing States
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Independent presidential candidate Ralph Nader seeks to ease Democrats' concerns that he will distract voters from their efforts to unseat President George Bush. Political analysts are debating what effect Nader could have in swing states like Oregon and Florida. Hear NPR's Michele Norris, the University of South Florida's Susan MacManus and Robert Eisenger of Lewis and Clark College in Portland.

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