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A Visit with the Voters of New York City

After the long months of the primary season, two conventions, three presidential debates, one vice presidential debate and countless TV ads, some American voters steadfastly remain undecided.

Much has been heard from them. But what about voters who know what they're going to do when they get to the voting booth?

Two weeks ago, NPR's Liane Hansen visited Broken Bow, Neb., where she heard from a strong majority of people who want to see President Bush remain in office. In search of a different perspective, this past Wednesday, she dropped by the Upper West Side of Manhattan, a dependable Democratic bastion.

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Liane Hansen
Liane Hansen has been the host of NPR's award-winning Weekend Edition Sunday for 20 years. She brings to her position an extensive background in broadcast journalism, including work as a radio producer, reporter, and on-air host at both the local and national level. The program has covered such breaking news stories as the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, the capture of Saddam Hussein, the deaths of Princess Diana and John F. Kennedy, Jr., and the Columbia shuttle tragedy. In 2004, Liane was granted an exclusive interview with former weapons inspector David Kay prior to his report on the search for weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. The show also won the James Beard award for best radio program on food for a report on SPAM.
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