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Politics: Women Voters / A Discussion #1059838

CNN Evening News for Friday, Feb 07, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The political campaigns to win the female vote examined. [Senator Rand PAUL - criticizes then-President Bill Clinton for sexual harassment.] [President OBAMA, former Governor Mike HUCKABEE†, Senator Barbara MIKULSKI†, RNC's Sharon DAY, Representatives Nancy PELOSI, Eric CANTOR, Cathy McMorris RODGERS†, Renee ELLMERS, Senator Patty MURRAY†- speak out for women.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Republican consultant Margaret Hoover and California state senate candidate Sandra Fluke about women and politics. [From Los Angeles, FLUKE - says women want to hear about issues {some listed} affecting their lives.] [From South Carolina, HOOVER - says Clinton did have an inappropriate relation ship while in the White House: it was effective for the Republicans; comments on the demographics of women.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:08:40

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