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Slate's Swingers: New Mexico

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Slate's Swingers: New Mexico

Slate's Swingers: New Mexico

Slate's Swingers: New Mexico

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Day to Day continues its series on potential "swing states" in this election season — states that could easily shift either to the Democrats or Republicans — with a profile of New Mexico. NPR's Alex Chadwick talks to Slate associate editor Bryan Curtis, who recently visited the state, about his thoughts on which way New Mexico voters are leaning.