Bush, Kerry Match Paces in Polls

Recent polls show President Bush and Sen. Kerry running in a dead heat as Election Day nears. After Wednesday's final presidential debate, the race will enter the final stretch. Hear NPR's Mara Liasson and Stan Greenberg, an adviser to the Kerry campaign; and Bill McInturf, a Republican who conducts the Wall Street Journal/NBC poll.

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