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GUESTS: SAL RUSSO Republican political consultant President of Russo, Marsh and Rogers (a Republican media consulting firm with offices in Sacarmento, California and Washington, DC) PAUL TAYLOR Director, Alliance for Better Campaigns Former Political Reporter for the Washington Post As broadcast news devotes less and less time to political coverage, more Americans are getting information about candidates from paid political ads. Many of these ads are paid for by groups whose agenda and funding are murky at best. Is free air time for candidates the answer? Join Juan Williams and guests to examine how much TV campaign ads affect the way we choose a president.

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