It’s a busy day on the campaign trail Saturday with Sarah Pain, Michael Steele, President Obama and Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland. CNN will have it all covered on “Ballot Bowl” from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. ET. Watch the best political team on television live from the road to the midterm elections.
Senior White House Correspondent Ed Henry and National Political Correspondent Jessica Yellin will anchor with special appearances by Chief Political Correspondent Candy Crowley, Senior Political Editor Mark Preston and Political Producer Peter Hamby.
(CNN) - The presidential race remains unsettled despite voting in Iowa, New Hampshire, Wyoming, Michigan, Nevada, and the GOP primary in South Carolina.
As the 2008 White House race moves to Florida for the primaries there on January 29 and the Democratic primary on January 26 in South Carolina, CNN continues to bring you in-depth political coverage.
If you missed any of CNN's Sunday Ballot Bowl programming, you can catch the highlights here:
Video: Watch Chuck Norris and Mike Huckabee
Video: Watch Giuliani on what he'd fix
Video: Watch Edwards on Dr. King's legacy
Video: Watch Sen. McCain's S.C. victory speech
Video: Watch Sen. Clinton on Dr. King's legacy
Video: Watch Fred Thompson's S.C. concession speech
Video: Watch Edwards: 'Enough is enough'
Video: Watch Romney: 'We can fix Washington'
Video: Watch Mike Huckabee S.C. concession speech
Video: Watch Sen. Obama on unity
Video: Watch Sen. McCain discuss his S.C. win with Dana Bash
–CNN Associate Producer Martina Stewart
(CNN) – With voting just two days away, it’s down to the wire for the Republican White House hopefuls contesting Michigan’s GOP presidential primary. Out West, Nevada’s caucuses are now less than a week away and South Carolina’s Republican primary will be held on the same day – January 19.
In CNN’s Sunday Ballot Bowl programming, CNN’s correspondents and producers were with the presidential candidates out on the campaign trail in the states who are up next to vet the field of White House hopefuls. If you missed any of Sunday's Ballot Bowl, you can get the highlights here:
Video: Giuliani on change
Video: Huckabee on Baptist background
Video: Obama: It won't stay in Vegas
Video: Romney one-on-one
Video: McCain: Michigan can lead the nation
Video: Edwards in Florence, S.C.
Video: Thompson's conservative values
Video: Clinton on health care
Video: Clinton on Dr. King
Video: Obama on Clinton's MLK comment
(CNN) – The race for the White House fans out to Michigan, South Carolina, Nevada, and Florida now that Iowa's caucuses and New Hampshire's primaries are over. CNN continues to provide complete coverage of the presidential hopefuls as they battle for their party's nomination. If you missed any of CNN's Ballot Bowl programming Saturday, you can catch the highlights here:
Video: Clinton: 'We need a change of heart'
Video: McCain: 'We can create jobs here'
Video: Giuliani on tax reform
Video: Huckabee: 'We value life'
Video: Obama: 'Yes we can'
Video: Edwards: Value U.S. workers
Video: Romney: 'Washington is broken'
Video: Thompson: 'What you see is what you get'
Video: Poll: McCain a threat to Dems
– CNN Associate Producer Martina Stewart
(CNN) – It’s a sprint to the finish for the presidential field in the final hours before New Hampshire’s Tuesday primary – and CNN will be there to provide complete coverage in the Granite State. If you missed CNN’s brand-new Ballot Bowl programming this weekend, you can still watch Sunday’s campaign trail highlights here:
Video: Edwards campaigns in N.H.
Video: Obama: 'In two days time'
Video: McCain on Iraq
Video: Huckabee campaigns in N.H.
Video: Romney: It's 'a critical time'
Video: Giuliani's philosophy
Video: Clinton: 'That's not change'
Video: Richardson: Race a 'marathon'
Video: New poll: the N.H. horse race
As part of it's ongoing extensive political coverage, CNN is airing uninterrupted coverage of Democratic and Republican presidential candidates on the campaign trail Sunday. Watch some of the live events happening now on CNN.com:
Watch: Hillary Clinton in Nashua
(CNN) - CNN will again air long-form, uninterrupted coverage of Democratic and Republican presidential candidates on the campaign trail this weekend, the network announced Friday.
The programming will allow the network’s viewers around the nation to learn about the candidates’ plans from the contenders themselves, and to experience the political campaign from the perspective of New Hampshire voters, by airing events in their entirety rather than in sound-bite form.
It will be anchored by CNN Chief National Correspondent John King and other political correspondents in the field, and will air Saturday from 2-6 p.m. EST and Sunday from 1-3 p.m., 4-6 p.m. and 7-8 p.m. EST.
WASHINGTON (CNN) - CNN started 2008 with a political bang in the form of Ballot Bowl.
If you missed CNN's wall-to-wall political coverage Tuesday, the first Best Political Podcast of 2008 has highlights for you.
Senior Political Analyst Bill Schneider also reports on a new CNN/Opinion Research Corporation Iowa poll.
Former Senator John Edwards speaks with Wolf Blitzer about his chief rivals - Sens. Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton - and about the recent support Edwards received from Ralph Nader.
Finally, will the legalization of same-sex civil unions in New Hampshire have any impact on who turns out for the Granite State's first-in-the-nation primary on January 8? Brian Todd takes a look a week before the voting in New Hampshire.
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(CNN) - With just days for Thursday's Iowa caucuses, CNN takes an unfiltered look at each of the presidential candidates in the first New Year's Day Ballot Bowl.
Starting this week, the candidates are entering a five-week spring that will likely decide the Democratic and Republican presidential nominees.
After the Iowa caucuses, New Hampshire will hold the the nation's first primary just five days later on January 8. Michigan will hold it's primaries on January 15.
John Edwards is devoting a significant amount of his resources in Iowa, where most polls show him locked in a dead heat with rivals Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton. On the stump, he often says he is best able to take on Washington's special interests. Watch a clip from a recent event in Des Moines.