Bush, Kerry Court New Mexico Swing Vote

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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