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Women Voters In Ohio

ATC Host Linda Wertheimer talks with a group of suburban women from Ohio about the presidential candidates -- George W. Bush and Al Gore. These middle class working women with children are considered a key part of the so-called swing vote. They also reside in a crucial state -- Ohio -- which remains up-for-grabs. The group includes: Gina Cronin, Anne Stevenson, Jennifer Lang and Kristi Gallup. The four ladies remain on the fence about whom to vote for -- as they find both candidates attractive for different reasons.

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