Political Figures Strike Strategic Endgames

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

With November's mid-term elections only weeks away, Democrats and Republicans across the country are setting up their strategic political endgames.  

We talk with Takeaway Washington correspondent Todd Zwillich and Michael Shear, chief political reporter for The Caucus Blog at The New York Times about some of the races that will have the most significance on the national balance of power. At the heart of the conversation, they discuss the president’s evolving role from inspirational political motivator, to constant Democratic campaigner. 


Michael Shear and Todd Zwillich

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