Bush Vies for More Support in Wisconsin

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President Bush campaigns in Wisconsin, July 14, 2004.

President Bush shakes hands with supporters during a campaign stop in Wisconsin, July 14, 2004. Reuters hide caption

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President Bush shakes hands with supporters during a campaign stop in Wisconsin

President Bush shakes hands with supporters during a campaign stop in Wisconsin, July 14, 2004. Reuters hide caption

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President Bush continues his Midwest swing with a campaign stop in Wisconsin, a state he lost to Al Gore by a fraction of the vote in 2000. Bush touts signs of an improving economy, and cites his efforts in the war on terror as a main reason he should be re-elected. Hear NPR's Andrea Seabrook.

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