Elderly Voters Split Into Blocs The Bush and Kerry campaigns should not approach elderly voters as if they were a unified voting bloc, according to analysts. Calls from the presidential candidates for Medicare and Social Security may not win their support, observers say. NPR's Joseph Shapiro reports.
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Elderly Voters Split Into Blocs

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The Bush and Kerry campaigns should not approach elderly voters as if they were a unified voting bloc, according to analysts. Calls from the presidential candidates for Medicare and Social Security may not win their support, observers say. NPR's Joseph Shapiro reports.