Bush and Kerry Implore Supporters to Vote

President Bush, left; Sen. John Kerry at campaign events. Credit: Campaign photos

President Bush, left and Sen. John Kerry addressed large crowds at events in Florida and New Hampshire Sunday. Campaign photos hide caption

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President Bush and Sen. John Kerry crisscross the nation from Florida to the Midwest on the last weekend of campaigning before the national election. The two candidates urged their party faithful and independents alike to vote Tuesday. Hear NPR's Andrea Seabrook and Don Gonyea.

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