The West Wing: Season 7, Episode 14

Two Weeks Out (19 Mar. 2006)

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Both candidates face vital choices about which states to campaign in; Vinick tries to put the nuclear issue behind him; Bruno finds Santos's briefcase.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Annabeth Schott (credit only)
C.J. Cregg (credit only)
Will Bailey (credit only)
Kate Harper (credit only)
Donna Moss (credit only)
Leo McGarry (credit only)


With only two weeks left until the election, both campaigns face important decisions about which states to campaign in. The nuclear issue has prompted some in the Vinick campaign to recommend focusing on "family values", but Vinick himself wants to address the nuclear questions head-on. With both candidates hitting the same swing states they frequently encounter each other; Bruno finds Santos's briefcase in a meeting room. Written by Murray Chapman

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