Presidential Race Livens Up on Both Sides

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Enshrined as the Democratic front-runner by the media and by Republicans Hillary Clinton was on the defensive in last night's debateJohn Edwards accused her of double-talk and representing the status quo. Barack Obama called her secretive—like George Bush. Will the predicted confrontations make a difference? Is Clinton's lead really all that solid? On the Republican side, can born-again conservative Mike Huckabee make a run at Rudy Giuliani? In a little over eight weeks, voters in Iowa and New Hampshire will finally be heard from.  Is either party speaking to the anger of voters two months before they start going to the polls?

Credits

Guests:
Lynn Sweet - Washington Bureau Chief, Chicago Sun-Times, Walter Shapiro - Roll Call / Yale University - @MrWalterShapiro, Ana Iparraguirre - Senior Associate, Greenberg Quinlan Rosner, David Yepsen - journalist - @DavidYepsen, Dean Spiliotes - Civic Scholar, Southern New Hampshire University

Host:
Warren Olney

Producers:
Katie Cooper, Andrea Brody, Christian Bordal