Kerry Tries to Close Bush's Money Lead
Analysis of the war chests accumulated by President George Bush and likely Democratic challenger Sen. John Kerry shows that Kerry trails Bush by a wide margin, with an estimated $40 million to Bush's $150 million. Kerry is expected to narrow the gap as he gains funds from donors who supported his rivals. Hear NPR's Melissa Block and Steve Weisman of the Campaign Finance Institute.
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