Ohio Voters Point to Job Loss as Key Issue

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Ohio's Democratic primary is Tuesday, and voters appear to be leaning toward Sen. John Kerry. But President Bush also has firm support in the Buckeye State, which will be hotly contested in the fall election. The employment issue is uppermost in the minds of many in a state where thousands of manufacturing jobs have disappeared. NPR's Linda Wertheimer reports.

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