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Virginia / Republican Primary / Cantor / A Discussion #1066818

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Jun 11, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The upset defeat of Representative Eric Cantor in the Virginia Republican primary election by college professor Dave Brat noted. [CANTOR - says he will step down at House majority leader.]

(Capitol Hill: Dana Bash) The questions about why Cantor lost the race examined; details given about the grassroots move to defeat Cantor; scenes shown of Brat campaigning and Cantor heckled at a party convention. [CANTOR - says he came up short.] [Representative Rodney DAVIS†- talks about Cantor's job.] The small voter turnout in this primary discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Newt Gingrich, Ana Navarro and John King about the Virginia race. [GINGRICH - reviews Cantor's campaign and decisive loss.] [KING - explains how voters back home perceived Cantor.] [NAVARRO - comments on the immigration issue in the campaign.] 724:50Upcoming Items

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Bash, Dana

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