Podcast: At Stake In Tuesday's Primaries, And The End Of The Daley Show

It's hard to believe we've come to the end of the primary season.

Even more hard to believe, people still listen to our podcast.  Or, at least, The Listener.

Nonetheless, the final Big Primary Day of the year is approaching.  On Tuesday, voters in seven states will pick nominees for Congress or governor or both, and in this week's edition of the podcast, we focus on the GOP Senate contests in Delaware and New Hampshire, Sarah Palin's curious move in Maryland, Charlie Rangel's battle in Harlem, and the Senate and gubernatorial battles going on in Wisconsin.

And yes, there is also a primary in Hawaii on the 18th.

Plus, an opening in Chicago for a new mayor, and uncertainty in Alaska about a supposedly lame-duck senator.

All that and, sadly, much more, in this week's episode of "It's All Politics."

Even more tragically, you can listen to it right here:

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Credits (as it were) —
Nonstop talkers: Ron Elving and Ken Rudin
Producer: Tom Dreisbach
Editor: Cathy Shaw

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