David Broder Talks to Pa. Voters
With one week to go until the Keystone State primary, David Broder visits the Philadelphia suburb of Upper Dublin, Pa. for one of his regular series of visits with voters. Sitting on the bench outside the Upper Dublin Public Library, Broder speaks with several Democrats and a few Republicans as they drop off and pick up books and tax forms.
Broder makes regular trips nationwide to speak with voters. He last visited Upper Dublin in the days leading up to the 2004 presidential election. Video by Ed O'Keefe, washingtonpost.com.
Posted at 9:14 AM ET on Apr 16, 2008
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