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Checking in with a Swing Voter

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Checking in with a Swing Voter

Checking in with a Swing Voter

Checking in with a Swing Voter

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Steubenville, Ohio, steelworker Jim Galonia Christine Arrasmith, NPR hide caption

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Last summer, steelworker Jim Galonia spoke to NPR's Steve Inskeep about the presidential race. In July, he was an undecided voter, torn between Sen. John Kerry and President George W. Bush. Today, Galonia talks about whether he's decided which man will get his vote on Nov. 2.