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Is Wall Street taking a wait and see approach to Tuesday's presidential election? We'll take the market's temperature with Ernie Ankrim, chief investment strategist at the Russell Investment Group; Bill Simon, former California gubernatorial candidate, and Larry Kramer, CEO of MarketWatch.com.
What will it take to get undecided voters to the polls on Tuesday? We'll be joined by Richard Trumka, secretary of the AFL-CIO, and former Michigan Gov. John Engler, president and CEO of the National Association of Manufacturers.
Are jobs the key to victory in the swing states? John Challenger, chief executive of the outplacement firm Challenger, Gray and Christmas, weighs in.
Plus, on the eve of the election, Neil hosts a political roundtable with some of corporate America's best and brightest: Leo Hindery, former CEO of the YES Network; Herman Cain, former chairman of Godfather's Pizza; Alan Patricof, co-founder of Apax Partners, and Ben Stein, former Nixon adviser and author of "Can America Survive?"
Can Senator Kerry secure the Rocky Mountain State? We'll ask Gary Hart, former Democratic Colorado senator and presidential candidate.
And, will President Bush's environment record be his undoing? We'll ask Robert F. Kennedy Jr., author of "Crimes Against Nature."
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