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Breaking Down the Women's Vote
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Breaking Down the Women's Vote

Breaking Down the Women's Vote

Breaking Down the Women's Vote
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While some issues divide women along party lines (including the war in Iraq), concerns about the economy and health care unite a key demographic in the 2008 presidential race. So say Rep. Kay Granger, a Republican from Texas, and Democratic pollster Celinda Lake. They discuss the concerns of women voters with Lynn Neary.

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