Pesca On the Trail

Friday, February 20, 2004

We're often told that John Kerry has won 15 out of 17 states in his quest to be the Democratic nomination. But might the common parlance of the campaign horse race be a bit misleading? In November's presidential election, candidates win states. But in the primaries, they win delegates. NPR's Mike Pesca joins Brooke from the campaign trail to vent about this and other media misunderstandings.

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