Published October 30, 2008
Our exclusive guests this week:
• Rick Davis, McCain campaign manager
• David Plouffe, Obama campaign manager
• Karl Rove, former White House senior adviser
This week, "FOX News Sunday" travels to FOX News Election Headquarters in New York.
We're just days away from the conclusion of what has certainly proved to be an election unlike any other. On Tuesday, November 4 Americans will vote for the next president of the United States. All week long, the McCain campaign has watched as some polls show the race tightening. Is this an indication of one last McCain comeback? Or are we witnessing the historical trend of polling numbers tightening as Election Day approaches? We'll get answers from Sen. McCain's campaign manager Rick Davis.
Sen. Barack Obama spent his last week on the campaign trail, making his final pitch to the American electorate. Will the Obama message of "change" and the Democratic nominee's focus on the economy resonate enough to put him in the White House? We'll find out Sen. Obama's closing strategy during the first ever Sunday show interview with the man behind the Obama campaign, David Plouffe.
Then, as both presidential nominees race all across the country, we'll take one final look at the ever changing electoral map with "The Architect" of two presidential victories, Karl Rove.
Plus, political insight from Brit Hume, FOX News Washington managing editor, and our All Star Panel of FOX News contributors: Mara Liasson and Juan Williams of National Public Radio, and Bill Kristol of the Weekly Standard.
And, we'll take a look at the sights and sounds of the '08 election when we go, "On the Trail."
So check your local listings and we’ll see you on the next "FOX News Sunday."