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Could a Bipartisan Ticket Win the White House?

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Could a Bipartisan Ticket Win the White House?

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Could a Bipartisan Ticket Win the White House?

Could a Bipartisan Ticket Win the White House?

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In this week's Political Junkie, Ken Rudin, NPR political editor, and Lanny Davis, former special counsel to President Bill Clinton, talk about the possibility of a bipartisan ticket in 2008.

Guests:

Ken Rudin, writes the weekly "Political Junkie" column on NPR.org; has a weekly podcast called "It's All Politics" also available on NPR.org

Lanny Davis,partner at the law firm Orrick; special counsel to President Bill Clinton from 1996 to 1998; wrote an op-ed in Sunday's Washington Post about the possibility of a split ticket in 2008