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Weekly Dose of Political Junkie

by Ashley Grashaw
Jul 30, 2008

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Every Wednesday, NPR's political editor Ken Rudin joins us to talk about the presidential campaign, and other political news. And this week is spicy, spicy! Veteran Republican Senator Ted Stevens has been indicted on seven felony counts. New polls show John McCain leading among likely voters, and Barack Obama didn't quite get that "bump" from his overseas trip the Democrats had hoped for. Michigan voters go to the polls next week for a primary election for a highly contested, and controversial, congressional seat. And buzz continues to build over Obama and McCain's Veep choices. And if that isn't enough — wait, there's more! — Libertarian presidential candidate Bob Barr will join us to take your questions about his race for the White House. If you've got questions for our Junkie, leave them here.

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