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Topics and Guests for November 6:


9:10
Election Results 2002
Tony Snow, host of Fox News Sunday

9:35
Election Results 2002
Bill Richardson, most likely the new governor of New Mexico

10:10
Election Results 2002: The Louisiana run-off...
Barry Richard, Republican election law expert
Stanley M. Brand, Democratic election law expert

10:35
Election Results 2002
Ann Lewis, former Clinton director of communication
Stephen Moore, Republican strategist

11:03
Election Results 2002
Joe lockhart, former Clinton press secretary
Bob Livingston, former congressman R-Louisiana

11:35
The historical significance of Election 2002…
Richard Shenkman, presidential historian at Geroge Mason University

11:40
Celebrity scorecard: Hollywood celebs come out supporting candidates... How did their candidates fair and whose celebrity backing had the most impact?
Jeanne Wolf, editor at large of the US Weekly

12:03
Election Results 2002
Juan Williams, FOX News political analyst
Rich Lowry, National Review editor

12:35
Sniper death penalty: Should the death penalty be enforced on the juvenile?
Which jurisdiction should this case be tried?
Michael Greenberger, former principal deputy associate attorney

12:20
Jurors in Winona Ryder's shoplifting trial ended their first day of deliberations without reaching a verdict on whether the actress went on a shoplifting spree at a Beverly Hills store.
Steven Cron, criminal defense attorney
Pat Lalama, celebrity justice correspondent

1:35
What problems do the prosecutors face in the sniper case?
Gil Davis, former VA federal prosecutor
Jonathan Katz, criminal defense attorney

2:20
Election Results 2002
Scott Butler national president of the Young Democrats of America
Michael Mack, executive vice president of the Young Republicans

2:35
Sniper: John Ashcroft is expected to decide as early this week who will try the sniper case first.
Kirby Porter, commonwealth's attorney for Hanover County

NOTE: Topics and guests are subject to change