Bush, Kerry Bid for Undecideds Time is running out for the presidential candidates to appeal to undecided voters. But both President Bush and Sen. John Kerry are making final appeals to voters who remain on the fence. NPR's Scott Horsley reports.
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Candidates Make Last Bid for Undecided Voters

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Candidates Make Last Bid for Undecided Voters

Candidates Make Last Bid for Undecided Voters

Candidates Make Last Bid for Undecided Voters

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Time is running out for the presidential candidates to appeal to undecided voters. But both President Bush and Sen. John Kerry are making final appeals to voters who remain on the fence. NPR's Scott Horsley reports.