Wisconsin and the Candidates This week, presidential candidates Al Gore and George W. Bush visited Wisconsin to rally swing voters as well as party loyalists. Although it only offers 11 electoral votes, the state is considered fertile ground for both parties. Host Lisa Simeone speaks with NPR National Political Correspondent Elizabeth Arnold.

Wisconsin and the Candidates

Wisconsin and the Candidates

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This week, presidential candidates Al Gore and George W. Bush visited Wisconsin to rally swing voters as well as party loyalists. Although it only offers 11 electoral votes, the state is considered fertile ground for both parties. Host Lisa Simeone speaks with NPR National Political Correspondent Elizabeth Arnold.

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