(CNN)—In the latest installment of CNN=Politics Daily, Senior Political Analyst Bill Schneider explains why Texas residents can cast a presidential vote twice on Tuesday – legally.
Despite the relative lack of drama in the Republican presidential contest, John McCain hasn’t had to worry about a lack of media attention this week, following the New York Times article that suggested an inappropriate relationship with a female lobbyist. CNN’s Dana Bash reveals how the Arizona senator is dealing with the sudden onslaught of media interest in the story, while Brian Todd explains what role lobbyists are playing in the other presidential campaigns.
Thursday’s CNN/Univision debate ended on a positive note for Sens. Obama and Clinton. Senior Political Correspondent Candy Crowley gives a Democratic weekend wrap.
Finally, voters often visit campaign websites to donate money or learn more about the candidates’ policy positions – but there’s a hidden risk most never imagine. CNN Homeland Security Correspondent Jeanne Meserve uncovered some information that could undermine the candidates’ campaigns and put your personal information at risk.
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–CNN’s Emily Sherman
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