'Star Wars' Stamps: A Force to Be Reckoned With?

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You have one month left to persuade the Postal Service to choose your favorite Star Wars character for a sheet of stamps. An online "election" determines a winner. As of last week, wise Yoda led evil Darth Vader.

STEVE INSKEEP, host:

Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep.

You have one month left to persuade the postal service to choose your favorite "Star Wars" character. The people who brought you snail mail will soon offer a stamp sheet with "Star Wars" stars. An online election determines the winner among them. And as of last week, the leader was Yoda, the little green creature with the big ears. Darth Vader was breathing down his neck. And by the way, the big ape and the little robot were racing somewhere well behind.

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