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Campaign 2014 / Elections #1074050

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 04, 2014
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(Times Square: David Muir) Today's elections introduced; key Senate races map shown.

(Times Square: David Muir, George Stephanopoulos) The poll figures discussed.

(Manchester, New Hampshire: Ron Claiborne) The Senate race in New Hampshire between Senator Jeanne Shaheen & Scott Brown noted.

(Times Square: David Muir) Report introduced.

(Iowa: Cecilia Vega) The Iowa race featuring hog castrater Republican Joni Ernst noted.

(Times Square: David Muir) Report introduced.

(Denver: Linsey Davis) The importance of Colorado as a swing state in Senate & governor's races outlined.

(Times Square: David Muir, Jonathan Karl) What the White House is saying about President Obama's next two years if Democrats lose control of Congress, especially with immigration reform, discussed.

(Times Square: David Muir) The ABC News coverage tonight announced.

Muir, David;
George, David Muir,;
Claiborne, Ron;
Vega, Cecilia;
Davis, Linsey;
Jonathan, David Muir,

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