Several past chairmen of the Federal Election Commission, among others, have said that this will be the first billion-dollar election. NewsHour discusses the money chase.
The presidential primary races show diverse candidates polling high. The NewsHour reports on the issues of race and gender in the 2008 presidential election.
The House on its first day of the new session passed changes to ethics guidelines, including banning gifts and meals paid for by lobbyists and limiting travel paid for by outside groups. Guests discuss the legislation's chances of success.
In the suburbs of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, several House incumbents are facing unexpectedly tight races. A report on the congressional campaign action, the first in a special series of election year reports - Choices '06.
More people are looking to nontraditional media sources, such as the Internet and late-night talk shows, for information about the 2004 presidential campaign, according to a new Pew Research Center report.
Television news viewers during this year's primary season were more likely to see a campaign advertisement than a campaign news story.
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