Sunday, October 17 Edition

President Bush (search) and John Kerry (search) continue to crisscross the country, trying to win support from crucial undecided voters in key battleground states, where the vote could go either way.

Bush was in Oregon Thursday night and Cedar Rapids, Iowa, on Friday before heading to Oshkosh, Wis. He continued to hammer away at his Democratic challenger, branding him an old-fashioned tax-and-spend liberal.

"The senator believes in a bigger federal government; I believe in more freedom and more choices for citizens of this country," Bush said during a campaign speech Thursday in Jacksonville, Ore. "The senator believes government should dictate; I believe you should decide."

Kerry also headed to Wisconsin Friday. Riding new momentum after three debates that Democrats say their candidate won hands down, Kerry continued to blast the president for being out of touch with the middle class.

"Right now, we've got an economy where people feel like they're on a treadmill, running faster and faster with each passing year, but they're not getting ahead. They're staying in place, and a whole bunch of folks are even falling behind," Kerry said.

The sprint to the finish line is on: Who won the third presidential debate and which candidate has the momentum? We'll ask Marc Racicot, chairman of Bush-Cheney 2004, and Joe Lockhart, senior adviser to the Kerry campaign.

Plus, will Election Day be marred by voting scandals? We'll be joined by L. Kenneth Blackwell, secretary of State of Ohio, and Stephen Zack, Florida general counsel for Kerry/Edwards.

And, we'll have political punditry from our powerful panel: Brit Hume, FOX News Washington managing editor, and FOX News contributors: Mara Liasson and Juan Williams of National Public Radio, and Bill Kristol of The Weekly Standard.