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Campaign Strategy And The Changing Electoral Map

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Campaign Strategy And The Changing Electoral Map

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In this week's edition of the Political Junkie, listeners and guests weigh in on new election ads, the most recent polling numbers, and the ongoing controversy over Alaska's "bridge to nowhere." Also: A closer look at the evolving strategies of both campaigns.

Guests:

Ken Rudin is NPR's political editor, writes the "Political Junkie" column, and has a weekly podcast called "It's All Politics".

Anna Greenberg is the senior vice-president and principal of Greenberg Quinlan Rosner, and a Democratic pollster who worked on the presidential campaigns of Bill Clinton (1992) and Al Gore (2000).

Vin Weber is a former Republican member of the House of Representatives (Minnesota, 1981-1993) and a Republican strategist and lobbyist.

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