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Franken Campaign, Iraq Vote, Democrats Out West

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Franken Campaign, Iraq Vote, Democrats Out West

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Franken Campaign, Iraq Vote, Democrats Out West

Franken Campaign, Iraq Vote, Democrats Out West

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Political editor Ken Rudin talks about fallout from the Iraq debate, and a pollster out explains why eight Democratic candidates are hanging out in Carson City, Nev. Plus: liberal funnyman Al Franken declares his intention to become the next junior senator from Minnesota.

Guests:

Ken Rudin, NPR's political editor, writes the weekly "Political Junkie" column on NPR.org

Floyd Ciruli, independent pollster in Colorado