Here's what is on tap for Thursday:
FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)
The Republicans gain control of Congress. What does that mean for President Bush's agenda? Kellyanne Conway, Republican pollster, and Margie Omero, Democratic pollster, join the debate.
There was no question that this week's midterm elections went the Republicans way. How can they capitalize? And how do the Democrats bounce back from their losses? FOX News contributor Dr. Georgia Witkin, author of Stress Relief for Disasters Great and Small, joins us with tips for both sides of the aisle.
FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)
She was at the center of the 2000 presidential election storm in Florida. Now she is heading to Washington D.C. as a freshman congresswoman. We'll be joined by Katherine Harris, former Florida secretary of state and author of Center of the Storm.
A final resolution to deal with Saddam Hussein is before the United Nations' Security Council. But will the changes satisfy everyone? Former Senator George Mitchell weighs in.
What helped the GOP gain control of the House and Senate? For inside analysis, we'll turn to Dr. Ralph Reed Ph.D., chairman of the Georgia Republican Party.
What made You Decide 2002 such a unique moment in history? We'll ask presidential historian at George Mason University Richard Shenkman.
Plus, could the GOP victory be a double-edged sword for President Bush? Washington Post staff writer Dana Milbank explains.
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