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Midmorning: NPR political editor Ken Rudin and Barak Obama
Posted at 7:34 AM on October 31, 2006 by Bill Wareham
Democrats seemed to be poised to sweep into power, but recent media accounts suggest Republican get out the vote efforts may mean GOP victories next week. At 9 a.m., NPR's political editor Ken Rudin joins Kerri Miller to sort out the conventional and unconventional political wisdom.
With a new book and talk of a run at the presidency, Senator Barak Obama is one of the most popular politicians in Washington. At 10, Kerri speaks with the senator about his book, and takes a look at his future prospects.