Win, Place or Show

Friday, October 05, 2007

Transcript

The presidential campaign took another step forward this week as candidates announced their success at out-fundraising each other. But how helpful are these early reports in gauging presidential potential? Political analyst Mark Halperin explains why, in campaign coverage, the horserace is never far away.

Comments [1]

Robert from NYC

I'm tired of this campaign already and I've done my best to avoid listening to any of the reporting on it. I was and am against not only two years of campaigning but even one entire year as we did previously. Much too much time is spent on presidential campaigns in this country. We spend so much time and money and spin and end up with this crap we have now. What a waste. Who cares? I don't!! I really don't.

Oct. 07 2007 10:21 AM

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