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Bush, Kerry Make Final Push in Swing States

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Bush, Kerry Make Final Push in Swing States

Bush, Kerry Make Final Push in Swing States

Bush, Kerry Make Final Push in Swing States

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President Bush, left, and Sen. John Kerry at campaign events. Campaign photos hide caption

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With final polls showing the race still deadlocked, President Bush spent much of the weekend in Florida, making a special appeal for votes from Miami's Cuban-American community. Sen. John Kerry traveled from the Midwest to Florida and prepares for a final, frantic round of swing states Monday before he heads to Boston Tuesday to watch the returns. Hear NPR's Don Gonyea and NPR's Scott Horsley.