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Bush, Kerry Vie For Maine Vote

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Bush, Kerry Vie For Maine Vote

Bush, Kerry Vie For Maine Vote

Bush, Kerry Vie For Maine Vote

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Campaign officials say it's possible the 2004 presidential election could be decided by a single electoral vote. A peculiarity in Maine's election laws makes it possible that the state could split its electoral votes between President Bush and Sen. John Kerry. As Maine Public Radio's Fred Bever reports, both candidates are targeting independents, who make up the largest voting block in the state.

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