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Slate's Swingers: Ohio, the Buckeye State
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Slate's Swingers: Ohio, the Buckeye State

Slate's Swingers: Ohio, the Buckeye State

Slate's Swingers: Ohio, the Buckeye State
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In the latest report in the Day to Day series on potential swing states in the 2004 presidential election, NPR's Alex Chadwick speaks to Slate senior writer Timothy Noah about how the presidential race looks in the state of Ohio — one of several "swing" states both candidates are fighting to capture in the race for the White House.

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