Election - Small States #1
States with a small number of votes in the electoral college may play a larger part than usual in the upcoming election, thanks to the tight race for president. Today we're hearing about the political race in states that are often ignored in the big fall elections. Iowa has seven electoral votes. But it's a close race there, so the candidates have been paying visits. Democrat Al Gore, Republican George W. Bush and his running mate Dick Cheney have all been to the state in the last ten days. Linda talks to David Yepsin, Political Columnist with the Des Moines Register in Des Moines, Iowa.
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