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Presidential candidates fight for your vote on Raw tonight
GREENVILLE, S.C. - The night before the Pennsylvania primary, presidential candidates Sen. Hillary Clinton, Sen. Barack Obama and Sen. John McCain will each make a very special appearance on a three-hour edition of Raw tonight on the USA Network starting at 8 p.m. ET. Watch exclusive video with comments from the candidates.
The three presidential candidates intend to tap into more than five million viewers, who each week tune in to watch Raw, making it the number one weekly year round show on cable. In particular, Democratic senators Clinton and Obama will be appealing for votes from WWE fans in Pennsylvania, where they are locked in a tight primary battle. An invitation from WWE to have Sen. Clinton and Sen. Obama appear on Raw to settle the Democratic nomination process in the wrestling ring was the catalyst for tonight's appearances by the three top presidential contenders, who will each address the WWE audience in specially taped messages.
Who deserves to win the biggest championship match in the country? Tune in tonight, Monday April 21, to hear what the candidates have to say.
WWE encourages each of its fans in Pennsylvania to Smackdown Your Vote! for their favorite candidate on Tuesday.
Check out smackdownyourvote.com to register to vote and to learn more about WWE's Smackdown Your Vote! campaign.