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Monday, November 1st, 2010

Marco Rubio
With just one day left, Sean kicked off Monday’s show by interviewing some of the important battleground races. First up was Florida Senatorial candidate Marco Rubio. “I think a lot of people see a lot of potential in you,” praised Hannity, “That’s my speculation for what it’s worth.” “That’s very flattering,” thanked Rubio, “There are those who believe we should go in the direction of Western Europe but that’s not where Americans want to go.” The latest Quinnipiac poll is showing Rubio comfortably ahead with 45% of the vote but that’s not slowing the candidate down now. With just over 24 hours, the final push is here! For more, check out Fox

Congresswoman Michele Bachmann
Sean was joined by Congresswoman Michele Bachmann who has found herself in the political battle of her life after being the main target of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. “There are those who’re shocked that I, Sean Hannity, a well-known conservative donated to your campaign coffers,” laughed Hannity, “my explanation is that money was earmarked to Nancy Pelosi and Barney Frank and I don’t know how it got in your coffers.” The Minnesota Post has reported that this race has been the most expensive House race in the history of the United States with over $13 million being spent. September’s SurveyUSA poll shows Bachmann with a nine point lead which is the same lead she had in July but that’s no reason for the conservative congresswoman to relax just yet.

Senator Sharron Angle?
The latest Rasmussen Reports are showing that Sharron Angle is leading the race against Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid by a 50 to 47 percent margin. “I know I speak for many people who’re going to be watching your race very closely,” acknowledged Sean, “I know you have a rigorous schedule tonight.” This is such an important race because it will send a shocking message to the Washington establishment that the current leadership is not representing America. As a quick side note, Senator Reid spent some time in 2003 and 2004 as the Deputy Majority Leader. The Majority Leader at that time was Senator Tom Daschle, who lost his re-election bid in 2004.

Show Guests

Michele Bachmann

Michele Marie Amble Bachmann (born April 6, 1956) is the United States Representative of Minnesota's 6th congressional district and member of the Republican Party . She is the third woman and first Republican woman to represent Minnesota in Congress. She defeated her Democratic challenger, Elwyn Tinklenberg , in the 2008 election in a race that had gained national attention following her controversial televised call for the media to investigate members of Congress for perceived anti-American bias, including Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama . The 6th congressional district includes the northern far suburbs of the Twin Cities along with St. Cloud . She won 50 percent of the votes in the 2006 election , defeating Minnesota Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party candidate Patty Wetterling and the Independence Party 's John Binkowski . Bachmann served in the Minnesota State Senate from 2001 to 2007.

Marco Rubio

From 2000-2008, Rubio served in the Florida House of Representatives. During this period, he served as Majority Whip, Majority Leader and Speaker of the House, effectively promoting an agenda of lower taxes, better schools, a leaner and more efficient government and free market empowerment. During his legislative career, Rubio also promoted efforts to develop a world-class public school curriculum, increase performance-based accountability, enhance school choice and target the socio-economic factors affecting chronic academic underperformance. At the end of his tenure as Speaker, Rubio resumed his law practice as a sole practitioner. He has also served as a visiting professor at Florida International University's Metropolitan Center, worked as Florida Chairman of GOPAC and as a political analyst for Univision during the 2008 election cycle. Senator Rubio currently serves on the Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation , the Committee on... More >