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Campaign 2012 / Santorum #1011305

CNN Evening News for Friday, Jan 06, 2012
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(State College: Jason Carroll) The attacks on Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum on earmarks while he was a Pennsylvania senator and a look at why he lost big in his last re-election bid noted; details given about his win in 1990, his days at Penn State when he was involved in politics, his position on issues and his 2006 loss. [Several PENNSYLVANIANS - speak about Santorum.] [Former Santorum campaign manager Phil ENGLISH†, state senator Jake CORMAN†- cite his political appeal.] [Erin VECCHIO‡- says he cyber-schooled his kids in Pennsylvania while living in Virginia.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Carroll, Jason

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