A shifting and increasingly front loaded primary schedule is complicating the fund raising and campaign strategies of the 2008 presidential contenders. An update on campaigns underway and when the first ballots may be cast.

Guests

  • Ron Elving Washington editor for NPR.
  • Peter Wallsten Reporter, Wall Street Journal and co-author of "One Party Country" (Wiley)
  • James Barnes National Journal

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