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(CNN) - Are Sens. Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton going to tackle the general election campaign trail together between now and November? Their upcoming ‘unity tour’ planned for Friday suggests so.
In the latest installment of CNN = Politics Daily, Senior Political Correspondent Candy Crowley discusses the Clintons' role as the general election campaign heats up.
Meanwhile, Sen. John McCain talked energy Wednesday and the need for America to develop a new policy. CNN’s Dana Bash explains the senator’s plan to reach energy independence by the year 2025.
Not to be overshadowed, Sen. Obama held a press conference attacking McCain’s energy policy as “meaningless.”
Plus: June may mark the start of summer, but analysis of the 2008 White House race has been raging for months. Senior Political Analyst Bill Schneider assesses the significance of new June poll results by tracing the predictive accuracy of June poll numbers in previous election cycles.
Finally: Speculation about the vice presidential picks is all over the Web. Internet Reporter Abbi Tatton explains how some individuals might benefit financially from the McCain-Obama veepstakes.
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