Karzai Seeks to Bolster Voter Support

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Interim Afghan President Hamid Karzai campaigns for votes in advance of next month's elections, but his mobility is hampered by security threats. While Karzai is considered the favorite in the Oct. 9 vote, 19 other candidates are challenging him. Rachel Martin reports.



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