Lessons Learned from Election 2004

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For Republicans this election confirmed a strategy of getting more religious conservatives to the polls. For Democrats, it was a devastating loss. To return to the White House in the future, Democrats will need to broaden their appeal to voters in border and southern states. Hear NPR's Mara Liasson.

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