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Ohio Poised to be Crucial Swing State in 2004 Vote

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Ohio Poised to be Crucial Swing State in 2004 Vote

Ohio Poised to be Crucial Swing State in 2004 Vote

Ohio Poised to be Crucial Swing State in 2004 Vote

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Ten states will hold primaries or caucuses next Tuesday in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination. But no state has been more closely contested by the leading candidates than Ohio. NPR's Linda Wertheimer talks to voters in Ohio, which is poised to be a crucial swing state in the November general election.

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