Labor Day and the November Vote

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Conventional wisdom says that the candidate leading in the polls on Labor Day will win in November. President Bush has a double-digit lead over Democratic Sen. John Kerry in two new polls. But conventional wisdom has proven unreliable in recent years. Hear NPR's Renee Montagne and NPR Political Analyst Cokie Roberts.

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