Hawaii Emerges as a Key State Hawaii has tended to lean Democratic in presidential elections, but it's considered a swing state this year. Now, the state is receiving the first serious political attention since 1960's vote. Hear NPR's Melissa Block and Bob Rees, host of Hawaii Public Radio's "Talk of the Islands."
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Hawaii Emerges as a Key State

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Hawaii Emerges as a Key State

Hawaii Emerges as a Key State

Hawaii Emerges as a Key State

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Hawaii has tended to lean Democratic in presidential elections, but it's considered a swing state this year. Now, the state is receiving the first serious political attention since 1960's vote. Hear NPR's Melissa Block and Bob Rees, host of Hawaii Public Radio's "Talk of the Islands."