White House Aspirants Seek to Claim Black Vote

Democratic presidential hopefuls are already competing to command the largest share of the black vote in 2004, and to increase the turnout at polls. White candidates must contend with the Rev. Al Sharpton, and possibly former Illinois senator Carol Moseley-Braun. NPR's Mara Liasson reports.

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