Today, Chuck Todd (NBC News) won his “Jeopardy! Power Players” match, earning $50,000 on behalf of the charity Samaritan Inns, an organization that provides structured housing and recovery services for the homeless as well as men and women who suffer from addiction. Todd first volunteered with the organization nearly a decade ago and has been involved ever since.
Todd defeated Clarence Page (Chicago Tribune) and Lewis Black (Stand-up comedian). As runner-ups, they received $10,000 for their special causes. Page played for the American Institute for Stuttering and Black competed for both the 52nd St. Project and The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
Power Players Anderson Cooper, Thomas L. Friedman and Kelly O’Donnell will compete tomorrow on the final day of this special week. For more details, please visit www.jeopardy.com/powerplayers or www.wjla.com/jeopardy.
Check out my exclusive interview with Power Player Clarence Page as he share his thoughts with TRR.