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Missouri Battleground

Missouri voters have picked the winning candidate for President more often than any other state in the union. They've only gotten it wrong once in the past hundred years. But this year, how Missourians will vote is in question: popular Democratic Governor Mel Carnahan died in a plane crash earlier this week as he was campaigning for U.S. Senate. Now it's unclear who voters will be electing if they mark their ballots for Carnahan ... and that may hurt Vice-President Gore. NPR's David Welna reports

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