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In the Crowd

Voters began lining up four hours early to hear Republican presidential nominee George W. Bush give a speech in Saginaw, Michigan this afternoon. Most had heard about the news about Bush's arrest for driving under the influence of alcohol 24 years ago. But NPR's Don Gonyea reports, for Bush supporters, the news made little difference.

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