Political Junkie: The Republican Presidential Debate Ken Rudin, NPR political editor, and William Gardner, Secretary of State for New Hampshire, discuss the Iraq spending bill, the winners and losers from the Republican presidential debate, and Philadelphia's mayoral race, which, in a break from the past, is not centered on racial politics.
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Political Junkie: The Republican Presidential Debate

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Political Junkie: The Republican Presidential Debate

Political Junkie: The Republican Presidential Debate

Political Junkie: The Republican Presidential Debate

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Ken Rudin, NPR political editor, and William Gardner, Secretary of State for New Hampshire, discuss the Iraq spending bill, the winners and losers from the Republican presidential debate, and Philadelphia's mayoral race, which, in a break from the past, is not centered on racial politics.

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

William Gardner, Secretary of State of New Hampshire