The Associated Press continues its "personal side" series by asking the presidential contenders about which reality TV shows they enjoy. Their answers were centered around one show in particular:
â€¢ Sen. Joseph Biden of Delaware: "Don't have one."
â€¢ Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton of New York: "American Idol."
â€¢ Sen. Christopher Dodd of Connecticut: "American Idol, which I say often reminds me of running for president sometimes."
â€¢ John Edwards, former North Carolina senator: College basketball.
â€¢ Rep. Dennis Kucinich of Ohio: No time for TV.
â€¢ Sen. Barack Obama of Illinois: "Other than the U.S. Senate on C-SPAN? I don't watch them too often."
â€¢ Gov. Bill Richardson of New Mexico: "Fox News."
â€¢ Sen. Sam Brownback of Kansas: "None this season; too busy. Last season it was The Amazing Race."
â€¢ Rudy Giuliani, former mayor of New York: Baseball.
â€¢ Mike Huckabee, former governor of Arkansas: "Nashville Star, USA Network's country music competition."
â€¢ Rep. Duncan Hunter of California: The Versus network, previously called the Outdoor Life Network.
â€¢ Sen. John McCain of Arizona: Arizona Diamondbacks baseball.
â€¢ Mitt Romney, former governor of Massachusetts: "American Idol."
â€¢ Rep. Tom Tancredo of Colorado: "None.
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