Rep. John Boehner (R-OH), House Republican Leader
Rep. Steny Hoyer (D-MD), House Democratic Leader
Fmr. Gov. Tim Kaine (D-VA), Chairman, Democratic National Committee
Michael Steele , Chairman, Republican National Committee
Anita Dunn, Former Obama White House Communications Director
Ed Gillespie, Chairman, Republican State Leadership Committee Founder, Resurgent Republic Former Chairman; Republican National Committee Former Counselor to President George W. Bush
Tavis Smiley, Host, PBS's "Tavis Smiley"; Host, PRI's "The Tavis Smiley Show"
Chuck Todd, Political Director, NBC News; Chief White House Correspondent, NBC News
This Sunday: Down to the wire: Just hours before the House could take a final vote on sweeping health care reform legislation, we'll have the final debate with an exclusive sit-down between two key party leaders -- House Republican Leader Rep. John Boehner (R-OH) vs. House Democratic Leader Rep. Steny Hoyer (D-MD). Is there anything either man can do now to change the outcome of the vote? Which party will win this battle? And what happens next?
Then, what will the future of this health care legislation mean for Democrats and Republicans running in this year's mid-term elections? And with increasingly negative poll numbers for both sides, how does each Party plan to position itself going forward? We'll have an exclusive debate between the two party chairmen: Democrat Tim Kaine and Republican Michael Steele.
Finally, the political implications of health care reform. Plus, the latest from our NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll on the American public's attitude toward President Obama and Congress. And, tension between the U.S. and Israel. Where do these two allies go from here? Insights and analysis from our roundtable: Former Obama White House Communications Director, Anita Dunn; Former Counselor to President George W. Bush, Ed Gillespie; PBS's Tavis Smiley; and NBC News' Chuck Todd.
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