The Vote in Florida: Bagdad Attitudes

In the fourth and final installment of his series of reports on voter attitudes in the Sunshine State, NPR's Eric Weiner profiles the people of a Florida town with an unusual name: Bagdad, without the "h" like the capital of Iraq.

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