October 29, 2008 Last call for Political Junkies... only six days until the country votes for a new president, what do you expect to happen in the coming days?
October 28, 2008 John McWhorter, of the Manhattan Institute, says Barack Obama deserves your vote, based on his domestic policy agenda.
October 22, 2008 Polls, swing states, polls, major money, and more polls. What do the candidates need to do in the next 13 days to win this thing?
October 16, 2008 After the debates, did you listen to our call-in?
October 8, 2008 Voters were promised fireworks in last night's presidential debate. What happened?
September 3, 2008 TMM host Michel Martin blogs her observations on the differences between last week's DNC and this week's RNC.
August 28, 2008 TMM Host Michel Martin blogs from Invesco Field in Denver.
August 28, 2008 They had guns, scopes, and bullet proof vests, and the arrest of three men in Colorado renews fears for the safety, and security of Barack Obama.
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August 27, 2008 TMM's Teshima Walker is in Denver and has lots to say about all the DNC mania.
August 27, 2008 Our Political Junkie's in Denver, with all the highlights from Sen. Kennedy through Sen. Clinton, plus the latest attack ads and political news.
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August 26, 2008 TMM Host Michel Martin blogs from the Democratic National Convention in Denver, where she says tensions abound within the party.
August 26, 2008 This is day two of the Democratic National Convention, and everyone is waiting to hear from former presidential candidate Sen. Hillary Clinton.
August 25, 2008 The polls tell us what people really care about is the economy. So why do we keep hearing so much about issues of national security?
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August 21, 2008 Guest host Lynn Neary says it's always shocking when someone dies unexpectedly. So news that Ohio Congresswoman Stephanie Tubbs Jones died of a brain aneurism at the age of 58 was hard to absorb.
August 21, 2008 Every time columnist Mary Schmich's phone rings, she's hoping it's the message she's been dying to receive... A text message from Barack Obama, announcing his choice of a running mate.
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