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Campaign 2012 / Republicans / Cain, Perry, Christie #1004043

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Oct 02, 2011
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(Studio: Kate Snow) Report introduced.

(White House: Mike Viqueira) More turmoil in the 2012 Republican campaign with another straw poll win for businessman Herman Cain reviewed; poll figures cited; scenes shown from the campaign trail; details given about the controversy over a rock on Perry's ranch with an offensive {"N" word} name on it. [Texas Governor Rick PERRY - campaigns on immigration.] [VOTER - reacts.] [CAIN - comments on the "n" word.] [Last night, President OBAMA - speaks about "don't ask, don't tell".]

(Studio: Kate Snow; Washington: Chuck Todd) The disturbing news about Perry that has become a big problem for his campaign that paints him as an old-style politician and what New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is thinking about running discussed.

Snow, Kate;
Viqueira, Mike;
Todd, Chuck

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