- Newsmaker: Tomorrow's election is billed as the closest race since 1948 when newspapers actually headlined Dewey's victory before Truman was declared the actual winner. In these last desperate hours, is there anything Gore, Bush and Nader can do to make a difference? We asked Chuck Todd, editor of Hotline, the National Journal's daily on-line report on American politics.
- Reporter's Notebook: Columnist Arianna Huffington today called political polls "the lingua franca of political punditry," without which "the entire CNBC prime-time lineup would be reduced to 60-second blurbs between the latest market reports." She talked with us about the "critical mass of prominent voices is being raised" against them.
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