This is a fascinating thing.
Voters Confront Race And Politics In York, Pa.
This is the first in a series of conversations NPR is having with voters in York, Pa., about race and its role in the 2008 presidential election. Steve Inskeep and Michele Norris plan to meet with a group of 13 voters — a mix of whites, blacks and Latinos — from this swing state several times this fall to dig a little bit deeper than election polls.
Listen to this issue of NPR’s Morning Edition here.