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Bush, Kerry Court New Mexico Swing Vote

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Bush, Kerry Court New Mexico Swing Vote

Bush, Kerry Court New Mexico Swing Vote

Bush, Kerry Court New Mexico Swing Vote

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With its largely Latino population, New Mexico's demographics are unlike those of other states. Yet President Bush and Sen. John Kerry are running as tight a race there as in the rest of the country. Both candidates are campaigning hard for the battleground state's swing voters — middle-class, suburban whites. Hear NPR's Linda Wertheimer.

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