Polls Show New Jersey Up for Grabs in Presidential Race

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New Jersey, a Democratic bastion, has become a swing state. Three separate polls released in the past couple of weeks have Sen. John Kerry and President Bush in a statistical dead heat. At one point John Kerry was ahead by 20 points in the Garden State. NPR's Scott Simon reports.



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