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May 27th, 2012
12:27 PM ET

Schultz: 2012 will be a "close election"

DNC Chair Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz said Sunday that the 2012 race will be a "close one."

"This election was always going to be close and it will be close probably right down to the wire. President Obama has acknowledged that while we've made progress, he is not satisfied with the progress that we've made. We need to continue to push hard.

This Sunday...
May 25th, 2012
02:54 PM ET

This Sunday...

Sunday on “State of the Union,” tightening poll numbers in the presidential race, and the heated debate over Bain Capital. Candy talks exclusively with Former Republican Presidential Candidate Rudy Giuliani, and DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz.

On Memorial Day we remember those who have died in service to our country by taking an account of how we care for our veterans. Last year, we explored the challenges facing veterans. A year later we check back with our guests to measure progress:

General Peter Chiarelli (ret.), Fmr. vice chief of staff of the U.S. Army on treating PTSD and brain injuries in veterans.

Senator Patty Murray, chairwoman of the Veterans Affairs Committee, on the V.A.’s struggle to break the backlog of disability claims.

Tim Tetz, Legislative Director of the American Legion, and Paul Rieckhoff, Founder and Executive Director of Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America on the challenges our nation’s veterans have in finding a job in a struggling economy.

April 8th, 2012
01:48 PM ET

SOTU Crib Sheet for April 8th

ON STATE OF THE UNION

Today, Candy talked to Democratic Party Chairwoman Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL) on the latest jobs numbers, gas prices and the political gender gap.

Then, Democratic Strategist Mark Penn and Republican Strategist Linda DiVall dissect what the polls say about the battle for the White House and what groups could sway the election.  Who are the soccer moms of 2012?

Insight into the Supreme Court's deliberations and upcoming cases with two former solicitors general Ken Starr and Neal Katyal.

And an Easter Sunday conversation about the role of religion in politics with Faith and Freedom Coalition Chairman Ralph Reed, Congressional Black Caucus Chairman and United Methodist pastor Rep. Emanuel Cleaver (D-MO) and the Christian Broadcast Network's Chief Political Correspondent David Brody.

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April 8th, 2012
10:27 AM ET

Schultz: GOP rooting for economic failure

DNC Chairwoman Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz weighs in on the economy, gas prices and the 2012 race.

This Sunday...
April 6th, 2012
04:30 PM ET

This Sunday...

As Mitt Romney solidifies his position atop the Republican Presidential, we’ll look at President Obama’s re-election strategy with DNC Chair Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL).

Plus, will independents, women and Latinos decide the election, especially in the crucial “swing states?” We’ll ask pollsters Mark Penn and Linda DiVall.

Also, while everyone is still focused on the landmark Health Care Reform legislation, the Supreme Court prepares to hear another politically charged election year case on immigration. And did President Obama step over the line when he spoke about judicial activism? We’ll talk about it with Former Solicitor general Ken Starr and Former Acting Solicitor General Neal Katyal.

And finally, on Easter Sunday a look at the intersection of politics and religion with Ralph Reed, founder and Chairman of the Faith and Freedom Coalition, Chair of the Congressional Black Caucus Rep. Emanuel Cleaver (D-MO), a United Methodist Church pastor, and David Brody, Chief Political Correspondent for the Christian Broadcasting Network. Watch a preview here.

It promises to be a great show. Tune in Sunday at 9AM & NOON ET.


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October 19th, 2011
05:23 PM ET

DNC Chairwoman "Polling shows overwhelming support for jobs bill”

DNC Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz says  President Obama’s Jobs bill is, “absolutely critical." and must pass congress.

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