Interstate 10: Female Voters Share Concerns Voters who live and work along Interstate 10, a transcontinental highway, discuss what's important to them in the 2008 election. In Texas and Louisiana, female voters say they are concerned about higher gas prices, health care and improved quality of life for their children.
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Interstate 10: Female Voters Share Concerns

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Interstate 10: Female Voters Share Concerns

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.