For the first time in 35 years, the Los Angeles Times will endorse candidates in the presidential primary, and, later, a candidate for president. The newspaper stopped endorsing candidates after the Watergate scandal with Nixon, whom they had endorsed repeatedly. Fast forward to today: they're bringing it back. Author and former Times staff writer Dennis McDougal joins us today to explain why. At a time when newspaper readership is down and they're struggling to hold their own against other media outlets, one can't help but wonder, how much of an impact will a newspaper's endorsement have on voters' decisions? So tell us, how do newspapers affect your opinion of the candidates?