(CNN)—In the latest installment of CNN=Politics Daily, CNN’s Suzanne Malveaux discusses Barack Obama’s new economic plan - and his campaign’s resurrection of John McCain’s ties two decades ago to convicted businessman Charles Keating, and the savings and loan bailout.
Meanwhile, heading into tomorrow’s debates, McCain’s camp is painting Obama as risky and untested. CNN’s Dana Bash reports on McCain’s efforts to raise doubts about the Illinois senator, and Sarah Palin’s recent comments on Obama’s relationship with his controversial former pastor, Jeremiah Wright.
Finally: New polls suggest that 60 percent of Americans think a depression is likely - and those voters are overwhelming supporting Obama. CNN Senior Political Correspondent Bill Schneider lays out the link between financial fear and Obama’s 8 point lead over McCain in the latest CNN poll.
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(CNN)—Congress debates President Bush’s proposed financial bail out package which could cost as much as $1 trillion. In the latest installment of CNN=Politics Daily, Kathleen Koch reports on the recent financial bailout developments on Capitol Hill.
Meanwhile: Dana Bash has the latest on John McCain’s call for greater government oversight of Wall Street, and Senior Political Correspondent Candy Crowley follows Barack Obama and lays out his proposal for preventing future crises.
Finally: Senior Political Analyst Bill Schneider follows battleground polls that show Obama making inroads with two constituencies previously leaning McCain: men and seniors.