Election 2008

Karl Rove Criticizes McCain Ads

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Former Bush political strategist Karl Rove has chided the McCain campaign for crossing the line in their TV ads. Meanwhile, it's a good month for fundraising. Democratic presidential hopeful Barack Obama has raised more than any campaign ever, while Republican candidate John McCain has set a new record for his campaign.

Senior Washington Editor Ron Elving also examines just how much Sarah Palin's TV interview with Charles Gibson matters.



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