After the 2000 election, armchair quarterbacks criticized Al Gore for ignoring states he should have focused on, and by not effectively highlighting the Clinton Administration's economic success. Both Bush and Kerry are trying to learn from those mistakes in this year's race.
Hear about the final homestrech strategies both candidates will use to win the race to the White House.
John Harwood, political reporter for the Wall Street Journal
Kathleen Frankovic, pollster for CBS News
Jim Dyke, communications director for the Republican National Committee
Jim Pinkerton, columnist for Newsday, regular contributor to Fox News Channel, former White House aide to Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush
Debra de Shong, senior advisor to the Kerry-Edwards Campaign
Alexandra Starr, Capitol Hill reporter for Businessweek magazine
Harold Ickes, chief of staff of ACT, former deputy chief of staff for President Clinton
Jack Beatty, news analyst for On Point, senior editor at The Atlantic Monthly.
This program aired on October 14, 2004.