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- Ron Elving Washington editor for NPR.
- Kim Alexander president and founder of the California Voter Foundation
- Ed Sarpolus vice president of Epic/MRA, a polling research firm
- Lee Cullum author and columnist for the Dallas Morning News
- Tom Fiedler editor, Miami Herald
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