Bush, Kerry Seek Women's Vote President Bush and Sen. John Kerry make contrasting appeals to women voters. Bush focuses on terrorism and its impact on families' sense of security. Kerry hones in on economic issues as they apply to U.S. women. NPR's Scott Horsley reports.
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Bush, Kerry Bid for Women's Vote

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Bush, Kerry Bid for Women's Vote

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Bush, Kerry Bid for Women's Vote

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President Bush and Sen. John Kerry make contrasting appeals to women voters. Bush focuses on terrorism and its impact on families' sense of security. Kerry hones in on economic issues as they apply to U.S. women. NPR's Scott Horsley reports.