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The Vote in Florida: Retirees, Left and Right

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The Vote in Florida: Retirees, Left and Right

The Vote in Florida: Retirees, Left and Right

The Vote in Florida: Retirees, Left and Right

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Eric Weiner continues his four-part report on Florida's election politics with a look at that state's senior citizens. In Tuesday's report, Weiner speaks with the residents of a Palm Beach County retirement community who are very serious about their votes.

Correction Feb. 2, 2005

This report refers to Wendell Wilkie as a presidential candidate in 1936. Wilkie actually ran for the office in 1940.

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