Pollster questions the value of polling A former editor of the Gallup Poll says political polls present a distorted picture of the electorate, and play too large a role in driving media coverage of political campaigns. But defenders of the industry say the track record of polling is solid.9:06 a.m.
David Moore: Author of "The Opinion Makers: An Insider Exposes the Truth Behind the Polls." He is a former senior editor at the Gallup Poll.
Lee Miringoff: Director of the Marist Institute for Public Opinion.
Chris Arnold: NPR correspondent who covers the mortgage crisis.
Election officials preparing for problems With five days to go to the election, there is growing concern that voting problems in several states could lead to another litigated election. Midmorning talks with two election law experts about the potential for voting problems and about efforts to create a more uniform election system.10:06 a.m.
Guy Charles: Professor of law at the University of Minnesota Law School. He is currently on sabbatical at Duke University.
Edward Foley: Professor of law at Ohio State University and director of the Election Law@Moritz Web site.