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Friday, October 22, 2004

Another weekend, another round of endorsements. But in the end, how much influence do the editorial pages have over voters' choices on election day? The answer depends on the candidate's position on the ballot. The further down you go, the more voters depend on their trusted dailies. But where presidential hopefuls are concerned, editorial boards might just as well be shouting into the wind. Bob examines the influence of endorsements.

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