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No privilege for most stay-at-home moms

The recent flap over women voters -- especially stay-at-home mothers -- has sent both Republican and Democratic pundits scrambling and with good reason: many stay-at-home moms aren't affiliated with either party and are a ripe target for swing votes, a new poll shows.
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