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Tight Campaign Prompts Ad Blitz

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Tight Campaign Prompts Ad Blitz

Tight Campaign Prompts Ad Blitz

Tight Campaign Prompts Ad Blitz

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John Kerry, in a scene from the Democratic Natioinal Committee's ad, "Strength." DNC hide caption

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Grant Hibbard, in an anti-Kerry ad by the group Swift Boat Veterans for Truth. Swift Boat Veterans for Truth hide caption

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Federal campaign laws limit what Sen. John Kerry may spend on television advertising from now until the election, but numerous anti-Bush groups are picking up the slack. The volume of campaign ads in general is high, and attack ads are plentiful. NPR's John McChesney reports.

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