Here’s what is on tap for Monday:
'FOX & Friends First' (6 a.m. ET)
Some heavyweight Democrats are taking the stage to help out presidential candidate John Kerry. How much of a difference can they make, in this final week before the elections? We’ll get a fair and balanced debate from Chris Horner, Republican lawyer, and Doug Schoen, Democratic strategist.
Besides the presidential candidates, a stampede of political heavyweights are hitting Florida. We’ll get insight on who is showing up to lock in the votes with Ralph de la Cruz, senior columnist from the South Florida Sun-Sentinel.
Plus, they're the country's largest minority group and have an estimated 10 million votes up for grabs. Will the Hispanic Americans determine the next president? We’ll ask political analyst Leslie Sanchez.
And, we’ll break down the World Series with future Hall of Famer, Roger Clemens (search).
'FOX & Friends' (7 a.m. ET)
The presidential candidates are bringing out the star power in southern Florida. But will this show of support help them in the Sunshine State? We’ll ask former White House political director under President Reagan, Ed Rollins.
As President Bush and John Kerry move into the last week of the presidential race, they've focused their efforts on specific states. We’ll discuss their strategies with Jennifer Millerwise, Bush-Cheney deputy communications director, and Debra Deshong, senior Kerry-Edwards campaign adviser.
Senator Kerry says President Bush is to blame for the instability in Iraq. But is the situation better than the senator is interpreting? We’ll get a firsthand view of Baghdad and beyond from Dan Senor, former Coalition Provisional Authority spokesman.
It's almost down to the wire: Can one candidate break out from the dead-heat before Election Day? We’ll ask Larry Sabato, director of the University of Virginia's Center for Politics and author of "Get in the Booth."
The presidential campaign will be over in eight days, but why do some fear that the real battle for the White House is just beginning? We’ll ask Viveca Novak, Washington correspondent for Time magazine.
Plus, meet one of the stars of the Emmy Award winning "Arrested development," Will Arnett.
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