States Warned of Terror Threat to Election Bush administration officials say they remain concerned that al Qaeda plans to disrupt the U.S. elections, though there's no new information about a specific plot. State election officials across the country are being asked to make contingency plans, to ensure balloting proceeds as scheduled. Hear NPR's Pam Fessler.
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States Warned of Terror Threat to Election

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States Warned of Terror Threat to Election

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Bush administration officials say they remain concerned that al Qaeda plans to disrupt the U.S. elections, though there's no new information about a specific plot. State election officials across the country are being asked to make contingency plans, to ensure balloting proceeds as scheduled. Hear NPR's Pam Fessler.