Our guests this week:
• Howard Dean, Democratic National Committee chairman
• Terry McAuliffe, Clinton campaign chairman
• Joe Andrew, Obama supporter
• Carly Fiorina, RNC Victory chair

The race for votes and superdelegates continues this week with primaries in both Indiana and North Carolina just two days away. After Senator Clinton's Pennsylvania victory, Senator Obama will be looking for a win on Tuesday to gain back some momentum he has lost. With the primary season now going far into the spring for the democrats, what are undecided superdelegates going to do and what is this drawn-out process doing to the Democratic Party? For all of this and much more, we'll sit down with Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Dean for an exclusive "FOX News Sunday" interview.

Also, we'll ask two former DNC chairmen — Terry McAuliffe, who is backing Hillary Clinton, and Joe Andrew, who just switched his allegiance to support Barack Obama — about the superdelegate fight and last minute strategy for the candidates heading into the May 6 North Carolina and Indiana primaries.

Then, the mainstream media wonders why Democrats like FOX News — we'll examine the issue with our Sunday regulars. Joining us will be Brit Hume, Washington managing editor of FOX News; Nina Easton of Fortune Magazine; Bill Kristol of The Weekly Standard, and Juan Williams of National Public Radio.

Plus, our Power Player of the Week brings business and politics together on the trail for Senator John McCain. We'll sit down with Carly Fiorina, former CEO of Hewlett-Packard and now RNC Victory chair.

So check your local listings and we’ll see you on the next "FOX News Sunday."