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Sen. Dick Durbin (D-IL), Obama Supporter, National Co-Chair of Obama Campaign | Bio | Obama campaign

Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY), Clinton Supporter | Bio | Clinton campaign site 
Margaret Carlson, Columnist, Bloomberg News, Washington Editor, "The Week" magazine | Columns | Bio

Al Hunt, Washington Managing Editor, Bloomberg News | Bio | Bloomberg.com

Robert Novak, Columnist, Chicago Sun-Times | Bio

Kate O'Beirne, Washington Editor, National Review | Bio

Mark Shields, Syndicated Columnist, Political Analyst, PBS' The NewsHour With Jim Lehrer | Bio | PBS Bio


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MSNBC: First Read
MSNBC: Politics  
MSNBC: Decision 2008

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