Black U.S. Voters Want Kerry to Beat Bush

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NPR's Greg Allen reports on the effort being made by Democratic Sen. John Kerry's presidential campaign to woo black voters. Sen. Kerry may not have the same history with black voters as Bill Clinton or Al Gore — but polls show an overwhelming majority of African-Americans want to see President Bush defeated, and they are enthusiastically in the Kerry camp.



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