Though the airwaves preceding the election were rife with talk of Al Qaeda leader Usama bin Laden, the management of the war in Iraq, job creation and even the so-called legions of angry, young voters — it turns out good old "family values" may have been the key to President Bush’s successful Election Day (search) strategy.

"It was the issue that most of us neglected — the undertold story," said Terry Madonna, director of the Keystone Polls at Franklin Marshall College in Pennsylvania.

Exit polls commissioned by the major television networks found that an equal number of voters said "moral values" and the economy were the top issues factored into their voting this year.

We’ll talk with the man that President Bush calls the "architect" of his re-election, Karl Rove, senior White House adviser.

Plus, Tuesday's win has given the president some political capital. How does he plan to spend it? We'll take a look at the Bush agenda with Speaker of the House Rep. Dennis Hastert, R-Ill.

And, will a second term mean a new team of presidential advisers? We'll examine who's in and who's out of the Bush cabinet with our pane: Brit Hume, FOX News Washington managing editor, and FOX News contributors Mara Liasson of National Public Radio; Bill Kristol of The Weekly Standard, and Juan Williams of National Public Radio.