Senior Obama Campaign Strategist David Axelrod discusses the White House's new initiatives to fix the economy.
Ellen Davis from the National Retail Federation talks about spending trends and America's favorite costumes choices on Halloween amid challenging economic times.
Presidential Candidate Ron Paul says he has "no plans" for a third party run in the 2012 GOP race, yet.
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(CNN)-It's early, and State of the Union is bringing you the best of the morning headlines to go with your cup of coffee.
On our radar this morning: The latest polling out of Iowa, Ron Paul wins another straw poll, and President Obama's campaign hurdles.
Check out what we're reading, and be sure to watch our exclusive interview with Obama senior campaign strategist David Axelrod and our interview with Republican presidential candidate Rep. Ron Paul.
An exclusive interview with Senior Obama Campaign Strategist David Axelrod amid news the U.S. economy is picking up and concerns Europe’s crisis could spread to the U.S., what does this mean for President Obama’s reelection campaign?
Then, as the 2012 GOP field boils down, presidential candidate Ron Paul on his 2012 bid, where he sees his campaign heading and the effect of the tea party on the 2012 outcome.
And finally, a special segment on the economics of Halloween, with over 161 million Americans planning to celebrate this Monday, how does it affect the economy? Ellen Davis from the National Retail Federation joins us.
It’s all happening this Sunday at 9 a.m. / 12 p.m ET