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Courting Overseas Voters in 2004

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Courting Overseas Voters in 2004

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Courting Overseas Voters in 2004

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Diana Kerry, sister of Sen. John Kerry, campaigns for the Democratic nominee in Rome. Sylvia Poggioli, NPR hide caption

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With just six weeks left before November's presidential election, both parties are vying for the votes of overseas Americans. The Democratic Party has been particularly active in Italy, where as many as 200,000 Americans might vote. NPR's Sylvia Poggioli reports.

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