Missouri Leans Toward Bush in Final Weeks

Missouri has long been a bellwether state in presidential elections. It looked to be a close call this November, reflecting a tight presidential race. But now it's trending toward President Bush and looking far less competitive. NPR's Greg Allen reports.

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