As the Golden State heads to the polls, we'll get the economic forecast for California and the nation from T.J. Rodgers, CEO of Cypress Semiconductor; Allan Zaremberg, CEO of the California Chamber of Commerce, and Peter Ueberroth, former California gubernatorial candidate.
We'll read between the polls with Andy Kohut, director of the non-partisan Pew Research Center; Doug Schoen, former consultant to Bill Clinton and Democratic pollster with Penn, Schoen and Berland Associates, and Scott Rasmussen, independent pollster and president of Rasmussen Reports.
As former Tyco CEO Dennis Kozlowski's (search) fraud trial begins, we'll get the latest on the opening day of arguments from FOX News’ Dagen McDowell.
Plus, one candidate won the Taco Bell recall poll by a landslide. Which one? Laurie Shallow, spokeswoman for Taco Bell, reveals all!
And, will other celebrities follow Arnold’s lead? We’ll ask Tom O’Neil, senior editor for In Touch Weekly, why it's big business for big actors to make really big political splashes.
Martha Stewart wants a federal judge to toss out two charges pending against her surrounding her sale of ImClone shares. Will the domestic diva get her wish? We'll ask Dennis Kneale, managing editor at Forbes magazine.
And, as earnings season rolls along we’ll get a read on the markets from Michelle Girard, Treasury market strategist at Wachovia Securities, and Jeanette Schwarz Young, president of J.A. Schwarz.
Those stories and more on tonight's edition of Your World with Cavuto.
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