Sunday show preview: Ryan's rounds, the debt and the 2012 crystal ball

This Sunday's talk show will be filled will talk about the coming debate over the federal budget and the 2012 campaign, which is beginning to heat up almost 20 months until Election Day.

On ABC's "This Week," House Budget Committee chairman Paul RyanPaul RyanCalifornia House Republicans facing tougher headwinds Breitbart escalates war on Paul Ryan GOP: Obama ‘in denial’ about healthcare law failures MORE (R-Wis.) will continue his tour of the talk shows. Ryan has maintained confidence in his budget proposal, despite Democrats' efforts to show public disdain for it.

On CBS' "Face the Nation," Sen. John McCainJohn McCainIs Georgia turning blue? High anxiety for GOP Trump: 'Very disappointed' GOP senator dropped support MORE (R-Ariz.) will discuss foreign policy and Alabama Gov. Robert Bently (R) will talk about the damage done to his state by a wave of deadly storms.

CNN's "State of the Union" will feature Sen. John BarrassoJohn BarrassoGOP senators avoid Trump questions on rigged election Black ties and french fries mingle at DC's Meridian Ball GOP seeks to block ObamaCare settlements with insurers MORE (R-Wyo.) and Rep. Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.). The pair will talk about entitlement reform, the debt ceiling and rising gas prices.

On "Fox News Sunday," Rep. Michele BachmannMichele BachmannThe right-wing wants a revolution, and we had better pay attention Bachmann: Trump, GOP feud isn't a 'civil war' Trump says 2016 is the GOP's last chance to win MORE (R-Minn.) will talk about the 2012 presidential race and her potential run for the White House. Senate Budget Committee chairman Kent Conrad (D-N.D.) and Sen. Lindsey GrahamLindsey GrahamHigh anxiety for GOP NYC mayor: Trump sounds like ‘a third-world dictator’ Five takeaways from final debate MORE (R-S.C.) will also be on to talk about the nation's fiscal situation.

NBC's "Meet the Press" will feature a trio to talk about the 2012 elections: New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell (R) and Former White House adviser David Axelrod. Sen. Marco RubioMarco RubioNew York Times endorses Rubio's rival Rubio: GOP Congress could go in different direction than Trump Poll: Clinton holds 4-point lead in Florida MORE (R-Fla.) will also be on to talk about the budget and the impact the Tea Party will have in future campaigns.