Tanya Clay House

Director of Public Policy, People for the American Way

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Director of Public Policy at People for the American Way

Tanya Clay House on KCRW

John McCain  and  Barack Obama  are back on the road with less than a day left in a campaign that's lasted the better part of two years.

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