The environment is not at the top of the list of most voter concerns this election year. But Jeff Young reports some Democrats are betting that Bush's environmental record will motivate enough people on Election Day to make a difference. Host Steve Curwood talks it over with former Clinton Administration official Carol Browner and Republican strategist Kellyanne Conway. Steve also turns to two members of the Green Party about whether or not the Greens should run a presidential candidate in 2004.
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