February 8, 2008


Super Tuesday has come and gone, but what does it mean for the road ahead?

NOW's David Brancaccio talks with Dan Schnur, John McCain's director of communications in 2000, to see how the McCain campaign plans to unite the Republican Party, and new imperatives for both Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama. What strategies will succeed, and what pitfalls await those with their eyes on the White House?

The complete show is available for on the site. In addition, past shows on God and Politics, Democrats Divided, The Latino Vote, Dirty Politics 2008, and Middle Class Insecurity. Additionally, David Brancaccio speaks with voting rights lawyer David Becker on the systematic effort to deny the vote to thousands, maybe even millions, of Americans. A fantastic not-to-be-missed segment on a critical issue.

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