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New Hampshire polls wrongly predicted the outcome of the Democratic primary. Questions have been raised about whether race or gender was a factor in the final result. We’ll examine if America is ready to elect an African American or a woman president and what happens next as the campaign heads south and west in the weeks ahead.
- Andrew Kohut Director of the Pew Research Center for the People and the Press
- Deborah Simmons Editorial page editor and columnist, "The Washington Times"
- Michael Fauntroy Assistant Professor of Public Policy at George Mason University and author of "Republicans and the Black Vote"
- Charles Ogletree Harvard University Law Professor
- Todd Shaw Assistant Professor of Political Science and African American Studies at the University of South Carolina
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