Reporter's Roundtable: Swing States, Sox End Curse

Presidential contenders Bush and Kerry throw jabs at one another while stumping in those crucial swing states. In Florida, tens of thousands of absentee ballots — reported missing — threaten to besiege that state's election process again. And the Boston Red Sox chase away the curse of the Bambino. NPR's Tony Cox talks with Kenneth Cooper, national editor with The Boston Globe and Kevin Merida, associate editor of The Washington Post.

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