Coming Up on 'This Week... EXCLUSIVE: DNC Chair Tim Kaine and Gen. Hugh Shelton

With Democrats facing potentially heavy losses in the mid-term elections, will they lose control of Congress? This Sunday, an exclusive interview with Democratic National Committee Chairman Tim Kaine. As the President wraps up a four-day, five-state campaign swing this week, that will take him to the blue states on the west coast, Christiane will ask Mr. Kaine how Democrats plan to contain their losses on election day. Can they boost enthusiasm among their voters? How will Democrats contend with the Tea Party? Tim Kaine, only on "This Week."

Plus the best political analysis on Sundays -- our powerhouse roundtable with George Will, Republican Strategist Ed Gillespie, former White House Communications Director Anita Dunn and ABC News Political Director Amy Walter looks at all the big races and some of the biggest gaffes of this turbulent political season.

Then, he was the top man in the U.S. military, former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Hugh Shelton (Ret.) -- and his new book that has Washington talking. Gen. Shelton talks to Christiane about some never-before revealed moments he witnessed from the top of the chain of command and his clashes with civilian leaders including then-Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld. And, does he see a way out for U.S. forces in Afghanistan? Was the Iraq war worth it? And his thoughts on Don't Ask Don't Tell.

All on "This Week." You won't want to miss it.

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