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Floridians, Others Begin Early Voting for President

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Floridians, Others Begin Early Voting for President

Floridians, Others Begin Early Voting for President

Floridians, Others Begin Early Voting for President

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Early voting for the Nov. 2 presidential election began Monday in Florida. Both President Bush and Sen. John Kerry are urging supporters to cast their ballots early. More than half of the 50 U.S. states allow residents to vote before Election Day. We discuss early voting and the effect it might have on this year's race for the White House.

Guest:

Zach Seidenberg, reporter-producer for member station WFSU in Tallahassee, Fla.

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