Here's what is on tap for Tuesday:
'FOX & Friends First' (6 a.m. ET)
With the presidential election just two weeks away, which candidate has the momentum? We'll get a fair and balanced debate from Cheri Jacobus, Republican strategist, and Rich Masters, Democratic strategist.
Plus, are the candidates really answering America's questions? We'll ask personal accountability expert John Miller, author of "The Question Behind the Question."
And, they handed out 150 video cameras to ordinary Iraqi citizens in an effort to capture images of Iraq the world has never seen. Now Eric Manes and Archie Drury of "Voices of Iraq" share they results.
'FOX & Friends' (7 a.m. ET)
Which candidate does The Washington Times plan to endorse? We'll ask Tony Blankley, editorial page editor for The Washington Times.
How important are the swing states? We'll ask Kevin Madden, spokesperson for Bush-Cheney 2004, and Chad Clanton, senior adviser for the Kerry Campaign.
Bob Forsyth, senior associate dean of Tippie College of Business at the University of Iowa, joins us to explain how some investors are putting their money on their presidential pick.
How important is this election to the country's future? We'll ask religious broadcaster Pat Robertson, author of "Courting Disaster" and founder of the Christian Broadcasting Network.
Are the candidates making the best use of their campaign time? We'll ask "The Beltway Boys:" Mort Kondracke and Fred Barnes.
Will this election come down to the Sunshine State once again? We'll be joined by Tom Fiedler, executive editor from The Miami Herald.
And, wrestling superstar Mick Foley drops by the studio.
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