In Ohio Capital, Political Conversions Aren't Easy

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In Columbus, Ohio, neighbors are debating whether Sen. John Kerry or President Bush will be better for America. In this political battleground state, voters are finding it hard to win their neighbors over to their point of view. Hear NPR's Steve Inskeep.

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