On the Campaign Trail, a 'George Bush Special' A day after serving President Bush a chicken salad sandwich, Tara Morrissey is probably the most popular woman in Anoka, Minn. NPR's Michele Norris speaks to Morrissey about the unexpected presidential visit.

On the Campaign Trail, a 'George Bush Special'

On the Campaign Trail, a 'George Bush Special'

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President Bush leans over the counter as he orders a sandwich from Tara Morrissey at the Brick House Deli in Anoka, Minn., Sept. 16, 2004. Reuters hide caption

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President Bush leans over the counter as he orders a sandwich from Tara Morrissey at the Brick House Deli in Anoka, Minn., Sept. 16, 2004. Reuters hide caption

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The Brick House Deli in Anoka, Minn., serves sausage-tortellini soup, oriental cabbage salad, and since Thursday, a new "George Bush Special" -- chicken salad.

The president, who was campaigning through the largely Democratic state, stopped by Anoka's deli to order lunch. Tara Morrissey happened to be behind the counter and a day after serving him, has seen her photo in newspapers across the country. NPR's Michele Norris speaks to Morrissey about the presidential visit.