"Good Morning America" will interview the biggest political names of this election year as part of its unprecedented "Whistle-Stop Tour."
"GMA" anchor Chris Cuomo interviews Democratic presidential nominee Sen. Barack Obama Monday morning.
Presidential and vice presidential nominees and their spouses from both parties were invited to be interviewed. "GMA" is still waiting to hear if Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin will participate.
Tuesday: Sen. Hillary Clinton talks exclusively to "GMA" on the train when it rolls through New York.
Wednesday: Sen. John McCain and his wife, Cindy, will talk to "GMA" during a live broadcast from an Ohio farm.
Thursday: Sen. Joe Biden, the Democratic vice presidential candidate, sits down with "GMA."
Friday: Michelle Obama wraps up the exclusive series of interviews from the campaign trail.
ABC News and USA Today began its "50 States in 50 Days" tour Monday, an unprecedented initiative to report from every state in the nation during the 50 days leading up to the presidential election.
Over the course of the next two months, ABC News anchors and correspondents and USA Today reporters and photographers will report on one state each day in the run-up to the historic vote Nov. 4.