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Election 2002 #1008748

CBS Special for Tuesday, Nov 05, 2002

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  • Live and local CBS coverage and analysis of the 2002 midterm elections in Tennessee.
  • Local coverage focuses on the races for Governor of Tennessee (between Phil Bredesen and Van Hilleary) and Senator from Tennessee (between Lamar Alexander and Bob Clement), and is provided by anchors Chris Clark, Pat Nolan, Dan Rather, and Bob Schieffer. Correspondent Ben Hall reports from Bredesen headquarters, Jennifer Kraus reports from Hilleary headquarters, a correspondent reports from Alexander headquarters, Scott Couch reports from Clement headquarters, and Danna Kaye is at Marsha Blackburn Headquarters.
  • Kraus interviews Hilleary campaign spokesman Frank Cagle, Danna Kaye interviews Representative-elect Marsha Blackburn and anchor Chris Clark interviews Representative-elect Lincoln Davis (D)
  • During this hour, it is found that Jeb Bush has won reelection as Governor of Florida, Lamar Alexander won the Senate seat from Tennessee, and Marsha Blackburn won a seat in the US House. This hour includes a concession speech from Bob Clement and an acceptance speech from Senator-elect Lamar Alexander.
  • Reporter(s):
    Hall, Ben;
    Kraus, Jennifer;
    Couch, Scott;
    Kaye, Danna

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