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Election 2004: Howard Dean, Orrin Hatch Weigh In

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Election 2004: Howard Dean, Orrin Hatch Weigh In

Election 2004: Howard Dean, Orrin Hatch Weigh In

Election 2004: Howard Dean, Orrin Hatch Weigh In

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President Bush and Sen. Kerry are hopscotching the battleground states all day and late into the evening. They're focusing on getting their supporters to the polls, rather than changing anyone's mind. We talk with former presidential candidate Howard Dean and Doug Chapin, director of electionline.org.

Guests:

Howard Dean, former governor of Vermont and Democratic presidential candidate. Founder of Democracy Now, a political action committee.

Doug Chapin, director of Electionline.org, a non-advocacy Web site providing news and analysis on election reform

Perry Bacon, Time magazine reporter

Ann Elyse Henzel, news producer at WUWM, NPR affiliate in Milaukee

Leslie Clark, political reporter at The Miami Herald

John Matsusaka, University of Southern California professor of business and law

Sen. Orrin Hatch, Republican from Utah

Tina Moore, reporter, The Philadelphia Inquirer

Michael Sciortino, director of the Mahoning Board of Elections, Youngstown, Ohio