Courting the Women's Vote The courtship of women voters has become much more aggressive in the past few weeks. Women traditionally tend to vote slightly more Democratic, but this year, they appear to be leaning more toward President Bush amid heightened security concerns. NPR's Tovia Smith reports.
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Bush, Kerry Plead Case for Women's Vote

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Bush, Kerry Plead Case for Women's Vote

Bush, Kerry Plead Case for Women's Vote

Bush, Kerry Plead Case for Women's Vote

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The courtship of women voters has become much more aggressive in the past few weeks. Women traditionally tend to vote slightly more Democratic, but this year, they appear to be leaning more toward President Bush amid heightened security concerns. NPR's Tovia Smith reports.