Here's what is on tap for Tuesday:

'FOX & Friends First' (6 a.m. ET)

The only vice presidential debate (search) of this White House race is Tuesday night: So, will the Cheney-Edwards showdown shake things up? Chuck Booms, syndicated talk show host, and Sascha Burns, Democratic strategist, join the debate.

Plus, how should Cheney and Edwards be prepping for their big debate? We'll ask Jim Fannin, "The Zone" coach.

And, will the debate boil down to a contrast of experience and styles? Mike Paul, president of MGP and Associates Public Relations.

'FOX & Friends' (7 a.m. ET)

We'll get a preview of Vice President Dick Cheney debate strategy with Mart Matalin, senior adviser to the Bush-Cheney '04 presidential campaign.

Will Tuesday night's vice presidential debate give one candidate the edge? We'll get Democratic perspective from Mike McCurry, senior adviser to the Kerry campaign.

Plus, is there a clear favorite or is it anyone's game? FOX News political analysts and co-hosts of "The Beltway Boys," Fred Barnes and Mort Kondracke, join the debate.

With the 2004 MLB playoffs set to begin, how can you score tickets to a game? George Brett, baseball hall of famer and Ameriquest "Take a Legend to the World Series Sweepstakes," explains.

John Kerry is spending a lot of time attacking the president's anti-terror tactics. But is the Democratic presidential candidate only telling half the story? We'll ask Richard Miniter, author of "Shadow War."

How high are the stakes at Tuesday's vice presidential debate? We'll be joined by David Gergen, former adviser to Presidents Nixon, Ford, Reagan and Clinton.

How will the debate impact the election results in November? We'll ask Rep. Harold Ford Jr., D-Tenn., national co-chair of the Kerry campaign.

Plus, John Kerry wants to bring allies like France and Germany back to the table. But is that possible? We'll ask Mark Molesky, co-author of "Our Oldest Enemy."

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