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It's voting day in the Badger state. Today voters head to the polls in Wisconsin's recall election of Republican Gov. Scott Walker against Democratic challenger Tom Barrett, the mayor of Milwaukee. The recall election comes on the heels of the ongoing battle between Gov. Walker and public employee unions. If Gov. Walker holds onto his job, what impact will this vote have on the presidential election and what is the state of big labor unions heading into November? We'll bring you the very latest.

Also--we continue to follow the road to the White House. We'll check in with the Obama and Romney campaigns for updates from the campaign trail.

Plus--don't miss our power panel with all the week's top political news: Bill Kristol, Charles Lane, Liz Cheney and Mara Liasson.

We'll see you on Sunday!

Morning Booking Call

The race to the White House heats up! Today with the Texas primary, Mitt Romney is expected to secure the 1,144 delegates to become the Republican presidential nominee. Now attention turns to who he will pick as his running mate. Also at the forefront--the economy and jobs continue to be the hot topic for both the Obama and Romney campaigns. What is the response from the campaign trail? We'll bring you the very latest.

Plus don't miss our power panel as they tackle this week's top political news.

We'll see you on Sunday!

Morning Booking Call

Today our group discussed a wide variety of potential topics for this coming Sunday's show. Catholic organizations yesterday sued the Obama administration over a mandate that employers provide workers birth control coverage. Religious leaders say Obamacare violates their religious freedom while opponents on the other side says this is a case for women's health. We'll explore this issue as a possible show segment.

Also--we continue to follow the Obama and Romney campaigns as the trade jabs over the economy. We'll bring you the very latest from the campaign trail.

Plus--don't miss our power panel with all the week's top political news: Brit Hume, Jeff Zeleny, Kim Strassel and Kirsten Powers.

We'll see you on Sunday!

Morning Booking Call

Today our group discussed jobs and the economy and the upcoming NATO and G8 Summits. The Obama campaign released an ad yesterday attacking Mitt Romney and Bain Capital prompting the Romney campaign to counter and release a video called "American Dream" defending Bain and attacking President Obama's economic record. We'll ask both campaigns for reaction and for an update on the state of the economy.

Also--two big Summits are held in the US this week. Leaders of the G8 head to Camp David for a two day summit leading up to the NATO Summit in Chicago. We'll bring you the very latest.

Plus--don't miss our power panel with the top political news of the week: Bill Kristol, Joe Trippi, Karl Rove and Evan Bayh.

We'll see you on Sunday!

Morning Booking Call

Today our group discussed a wide variety of potential issues for Sunday. U.S. officials announced yesterday, the CIA foiled a plot by al-Qaeda to blow up a U.S. bound jet last month. President Obama was notified in April and no passengers were in danger. Was this tied to the anniversary of the killing of Usama bin Laden and are counterterrorism efforts by the administration currently on the rise? We'll ask the White House and key members of Congress for reaction.

Also--we continue to follow the race for the White House. Last night, former presidential candidate Rick Santorum endorsed Mitt Romney for president. Will Santorum's supporters rally around the presumed GOP nominee? We'll bring you the very latest.

Plus--Don't miss our power panel with analysis of the week's top political news: Brit Hume, Liz Marlantes, Paul Gigot and Juan Williams,

We'll see you on Sunday!

Morning Booking Call

This week two special guests, Joel and Victoria Osteen join Chris in studio to discuss religion and politics as they bring their ministry to Washington, DC for a "Night of Hope." You won't want to miss this interview!

Also--as we approach the one year anniversary of the killing of Usama bin Laden, how has U.S. foreign policy changed during the Obama administration? We'll ask the White House for reaction.

Plus--don't miss our power panel with all the hot 2012 political news of the week: Brit Hume, Liz Marlantes, Kimberley Strassel and Charles Lane.

We'll see you on Sunday!

Morning Booking Call

This morning our group discussed a wide range of topics from the road to the White House to foreign policy. As Mitt Romney moves to being the presumptive GOP presidential nominee, what issues will be at the forefront of the Obama and Romney campaigns heading into November? We'll check in this week with the White House and the campaigns for an update.

Plus--don't miss our power panel with all the hot political news of the week: Bill Kristol, Joe Trippi, Karl Rove and Juan Williams.

We'll see you on Sunday!

Morning Booking Call

Today Republicans head to the voting booth for three important presidential primaries in Wisconsin, Maryland and the District of Columbia. Polls suggest Mitt Romney may win all three contests, pushing him closer to the magic number of 1144 delegates needed to win the nomination. if Rick Santorum falls short today, he insists he has no intentions of dropping out of the race. What's next for Santorum and the other remaining candidates, Newt Gingrich and Ron Paul? We'll bring you the very latest from the campaign trail.

Also: Spending, tax cuts and the budget. Will Congress and the White House ever reach a compromise on the upcoming fiscal year? We'll check in with key leaders on Capitol Hill.

Plus--don't miss our power panel: Brit Hume, Mara Liasson, Steve Hayes and David Drucker.

We'll see you on Sunday!

Morning Booking Call

Today our group discussed the road to the White House. Mitt Romney has almost double the number of delegates as his closest competitor Rick Santorum, while Newt Gingrich, who is a distant third, says he's staying in the race until the Republican National Convention. What's ahead for these candidates in the next round of primaries and caucuses and how long before one hits the magic number of 1,144 delegates needed to win the nomination? Also, how is President Obama's re-election campaign gearing up to face the GOP challenger? We'll bring you the latest from the campaign trail.

Plus--don't miss our power panel with all the week's hot political news: Bill Kristol, Liz Marlantes, Chip Saltsman and Juan Williams.

We'll see you on Sunday!

Morning Booking Call

As the 2 year anniversary approaches of President Obama signing into law the Affordable Care Act, the U.S. Supreme Court is gearing up to hear oral arguments next week over the constitutionality of the health care law. We'll take an in-depth look at the case with key players from both sides of the debate.

Plus--we continue to follow the road to the 2012 GOP presidential nomination. As Republicans head to the polls today in Illinois, is the momentum growing for frontrunner Mitt Romney? We'll bring you the very latest.

Also--don't miss our power panel with analysis of the top political news of the week: Brit Hume, Kirsten Powers, Paul Gigot and Juan Williams.

We'll see you on Sunday!

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