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Interstate 10: Female Voters Share Concerns

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Interstate 10: Female Voters Share Concerns

Election 2008

Interstate 10: Female Voters Share Concerns

Interstate 10: Female Voters Share Concerns

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Voters who live and work along Interstate 10 — which runs across the southern U.S., from California to Florida — discuss what's important to them in the 2008 election.

A few women living in Texas and Louisiana are concerned about higher gas prices, health care and improved quality of life for their children.