Here’s what is on tap for Tuesday:
“FOX & Friends First” (6 a.m. ET)
Democrats pull out all the stops on primary day in New Hampshire (search). But which candidate is commanding the most voter attention? We’ll get insight from Cliff Schecter, Democratic strategist.
Plus, the are candidates making an all out effort to sway undecided voters. Can Howard Dean redeem himself following his “I Had a Scream” speech? We’ll ask writer and political analyst B.J. Rudell.
“FOX & Friends” (7 a.m. ET)
As “Kerry-mania” sweeps the Granite State, we’ll be joined by presidential candidate Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass.
Plus, as polls in New Hampshire open, is there anything else the candidates can do to win over voters? Mark Longabaugh, senior vice president of political affairs for the League of Conservation Voters, joins the debate.
Will the winner of the New Hampshire primary be a shoe-in for the Democratic Party presidential nomination? We’ll ask The Beltway Boys, Mort Kondracke and Fred Barnes.
The jury for Martha Stewart’s trial is now in place. But can the domestic diva's defense team help mop-up her mess? We’ll ask Peter Johnson, Fox News legal analyst.
Former top U.S. weapons hunter, David Kay says don't expect stockpiles of WMDs to turn up in Iraq. Do our intelligence agencies have some explaining to do? We’ll be joined by former U.N. weapons inspector, Bill Tierney.
And, can a young woman convince her family that she is on a reality show and about to marry her new "Big Fat Obnoxious Fiancé?” We’ll ask the guy causing all the heartache and trouble, Steven Bailey.
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