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Elections: What will it take to be elected in 2008?

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What will it take to be elected in 2008?

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Bruce Cain

Cain is Heller Professor of Political Science in the Charles and Louise Travers Department of Political Science, director of the UC Washington Center, and co-director of the Cal Class of ’68 Center on Civility and Democratic Engagement. A member of the Berkeley faculty since 1989, he has served as a polling consultant and a redistricting consultant. He also provides political commentary for radio and television stations in Los Angeles and the Bay Area, and has written and edited a wide range of books on elections and politics in general.

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Dan Schnur

Schnur is a lecturer in political science at Berkeley’s Institute of Governmental Studies. One of California’s leading Republican political and media strategists, he has worked on four presidential and three gubernatorial campaigns. He served as the national director of communications for the 2000 presidential campaign of Sen. John McCain, spent five years as chief media spokesman for California Gov.

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