Bush's Re-Election Campaign Strategy NPR's Robert Siegel talks about the Bush-Cheney campaign's strategy for the upcoming election with Matthew Dowd, chief strategist and pollster for the president's re-election campaign. Dowd says the strategy is to first remind voters about the events of the past three years and the president's performance -- then, the campaign will attempt to "define" Bush's Democratic rival, Sen. John Kerry.
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Bush's Re-Election Campaign Strategy

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Bush's Re-Election Campaign Strategy

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NPR's Robert Siegel talks about the Bush-Cheney campaign's strategy for the upcoming election with Matthew Dowd, chief strategist and pollster for the president's re-election campaign. Dowd says the strategy is to first remind voters about the events of the past three years and the president's performance — then, the campaign will attempt to "define" Bush's Democratic rival, Sen. John Kerry.

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