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Kerry, Bush Appeal to Voters in U.S. Swing States

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Kerry, Bush Appeal to Voters in U.S. Swing States

Kerry, Bush Appeal to Voters in U.S. Swing States

Kerry, Bush Appeal to Voters in U.S. Swing States

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With six days left before the election, President Bush and Sen. John Kerry are working overtime to sway voters in the so-called battleground states. While both candidates amp up the heated rhetoric, national polls remain relatively cool — with razor-thin margins showing the two locked in a virtual tie. NPR's Tavis Smiley discusses the finer points with Robert Smith, professor of political science at San Francisco State University, and Tony Fabrizio, a Republican pollster with the consulting firm of Fabrizio, McLaughlin & Associates.

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