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Presidential Race Looms Large on Capitol Hill

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Presidential Race Looms Large on Capitol Hill

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Presidential Race Looms Large on Capitol Hill

Presidential Race Looms Large on Capitol Hill

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The presidential race dominates conversations on Capitol Hill, as senators return from a six-week break. Much of the talk centers around Georgia Democrat Sen. Zell Miller, who delivered a blistering attack on Sen. John Kerry at the Republican convention. Hear NPR's David Welna.

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