Slate's Swingers: Missouri, the 'Show Me' State Day to Day and Slate debut an occasional series of profiles of so-called "swing states" in the 2004 presidential election -- states that are not strongly leaning to either candidate or political party. Slate writer Chris Suellentrop talks with NPR's Madeleine Brand about the first featured state, Missouri.
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Slate's Swingers: Missouri, the 'Show Me' State

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Slate's Swingers: Missouri, the 'Show Me' State

Slate's Swingers: Missouri, the 'Show Me' State

Slate's Swingers: Missouri, the 'Show Me' State

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Day to Day and Slate debut an occasional series of profiles of so-called "swing states" in the 2004 presidential election — states that are not strongly leaning to either candidate or political party. Slate writer Chris Suellentrop talks with NPR's Madeleine Brand about the first featured state, Missouri.