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Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Minnesota Public Radio Stories

  • Undecided to the end
    Since the presidential candidates are so diametrically different, many experts are baffled by the existence of the undecided voter so close to Election Day. Midmorning asks if this indecision is a myth and how valuable the undecided vote really is.9:06 a.m.
    James Campbell: Professor and head of the department of political science at SUNY Buffalo. He researches election forecasting and the impact of swing voters on presidential elections.
    Ron Elving: Senior Washington editor for National Public Radio.
    Beth Reinhard: Political writer for The Miami Herald.
    Jeff Schapiro: Political writer for the Richmond Times Dispatch.
  • Dracula through the ages
    A lawyer has turned his obsession with Victorian times and its most prominent characters into a new book that catalogues everything one might hope to know about Dracula.10:06 a.m.
    Leslie Klinger: Editor of "The New Annotated Dracula." He's also the editor of "The New Annotated Sherlock Holmes."

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