June 9th, 2008
09:00 PM ET
14 years ago

CNN=Politics Daily

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(CNN) - With Sen. Hillary Clinton's formal exit from the presidential race and endorsement of Sen. Barack Obama, Monday marks the beginning of the general election race between Obama and Sen. John McCain.

In the latest episode of CNN=Politics Daily, Jessica Yellin reports on the economic tour Sen. Obama launched in North Carolina Monday. On the Republican side of the race, Dana Bash reports on Sen. McCain's general election strategy.

With average gas prices hitting record highs, energy policy is becoming a central issue as McCain and Obama begin to really square off against one another. Brian Todd reports on which each man would do to soothe the country's energy woes.

The end of Sen. Clinton's campaign for the White House has marked the beginning of thinking about the impact of that campaign. Senior Political Correspondent Candy Crowley takes a look at how Clinton's historic candidacy has affected politics hereafter - particularly for women on the national political stage.

Finally, now that Sen. Obama is the Democratic party's new standard-bearer, how will Obama use former President Bill Clinton in the general election campaign? Brian Todd reports on whether and how Bill Clinton may play a role in the Obama campaign.

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