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For Immediate Release
Office of the Press Secretary
November 5, 2002

Remarks by the President After Voting
Crawford Fire House
Crawford, Texas

8:10 A.M. CST

Q Mr. President, what do you think the party's chances are today, sir? Are you feeling good about the election?

THE PRESIDENT: I hope people vote. I'm encouraging all people across this country to vote.

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THE PRESIDENT: I'm not telling what I gave the First Lady for our 25th anniversary. (Laughter.)

President George W. Bush and Laura Bush leave the Crawford Firehouse after voting in Crawford, Texas, Tuesday, Nov. 5.  White House photo by Eric Draper MRS. BUSH: I'm telling. (Laughter.)

Q What about for her birthday?


Q What about for her birthday?

THE PRESIDENT: Not telling. (Laughter.) Let me just say that I remembered.

Q Mr. President, do you think you're getting close to agreement on a U.N. resolution?

MRS. BUSH: He did remember.

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Q Sir, what are you thinking about the Senate today? Have you got a chance?

THE PRESIDENT: Thank you, all.

END 8:12 A.M. CST

President George W. Bush talks with House Speaker Dennis Hastert and Senate Republican Leader Trent Lott while watching election returns in the White House residence Tuesday night, Nov. 5, 2002.  White House photo by Eric Draper