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Kerry Seeks Gains from Women Voters

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Kerry Seeks Gains from Women Voters

Kerry Seeks Gains from Women Voters

Kerry Seeks Gains from Women Voters

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Sen. John Kerry hopes to chip into President Bush's advantage with women voters. NPR's Jennifer Ludden discusses the fight for the women's vote in the presidential campaign with Anna Greenberg, vice president of Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research and Kelly Ann Conway, president of The Polling Company.

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