Sunday’s Guests (Nov. 4): Obama’s turnout edge, the Super PAC campaign, dark money, marijuana legalization & same-sex marriage

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On our last show before the presidential election, Up w/ Chris Hayes will be examining the campaigns’ all-important get-out-the-vote strategies, and the cutting-edge campaign science that has given the Obama campaign an edge when it comes to persuading voters and getting them out to the polls. We’ll also look at what the record levels of spending in this, the first national campaign of the post-Citizens United era, tell us about the impact that ruling has had on our politics. And we’ll dive into some of the most important state-level ballot initiatives across the country, on issues like marijuana legalization and same-sex marriage.

Joining Chris at 8 AM ET on msnbc will be:

Sasha Issenberg (@sissenberg), author of “The Victory Lab: The Secret Science of Winning Campaigns,” Slate.com columnist and Washington correspondent for Monocle.

Evan Wolfson (@evanwolfson), founder and president of Freedom to Marry.

Mason Tvert, executive director of SAFERChoice.org.

Kim Barker (@Kim_Barker), reporter for ProPublica.org.

Katrina vanden Heuvel (@katrinanation), editor and publisher of The Nation magazine.

Joy Reid (@TheReidReport), msnbc contributor, managing editor of TheGrio.com.

Josh Barro (@jbarro), Bloomberg View columnist.

Bob Herbert (@BobHerbert), Demos.org distinguished senior fellow.

Suman Raghunathan, director of policy and strategic partnerships for the non-partisan Progressive States Network.

– Katherine Guthrie is a production assistant at Up w/ Chris Hayes. Sal Gentile is a segment & digital producer.

Sunday's Guests (Nov. 4): Obama's turnout edge, the Super PAC campaign, dark money, marijuana legalization & same-sex marriage

Updated