(CNN) — The Bush administration $700 billion plan for bailing out the nation's stalled financial system got its first public review on Capitol Hill Tuesday.
In the latest installment of CNN= Politics Daily, Brianna Keilar reports on how lawmakers are responding to Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson's proposal to rescue Wall Street.
Meanwhile: Senior Political Correspondent Candy Crowley is out on the campaign trail in Florida, one of the key battleground states in the November election. Crowley outlines what Sen. Barack Obama wants in the bailout plan, and Dana Bash has the latest from Sen. John McCain who discussed what he'd like to see in the plan during his first press conference in several weeks.
Finally, some voters are already going to the polls even though there's still more than a month left in the general election campaign. Senior Political Analyst Bill Schneider reports on the practice of early voting.
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