Veterans Group in Ohio Draws Candidates

No state in the nation has received more attention from the presidential contenders than Ohio, a swing state both campaigns feel they must win. This week, the state has been especially irresistible because the politically potent Veterans of Foreign Wars is holding its annual convention in Cincinnati. President Bush paid a visit Monday; Democratic challenger John Kerry does the same Wednesday. NPR's Don Gonyea reports.

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