Bush Seeks Role in Campaign Home Stretch President Bush will be on the road for much of the next nine days, campaigning to try to help his party keep its majority in Congress. But with many polls showing his job approval rating in the upper 30s, there's no guarantee the President will receive a warm welcome everywhere he goes.
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Bush Seeks Role in Campaign Home Stretch

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Bush Seeks Role in Campaign Home Stretch

Bush Seeks Role in Campaign Home Stretch

Bush Seeks Role in Campaign Home Stretch

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President Bush will be on the road for much of the next nine days, campaigning to try to help the Republican Party keep its majority in Congress.

But with many polls showing Bush's job approval rating in the upper 30s, there's no guarantee the President will receive a warm welcome everywhere he goes.