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Campaign 2014 / Elections #1075581

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 04, 2014
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(Studio 57: Scott Pelley) Election Day introduced; photos of voters at the polls shown; CBS News poll findings cited.

(Studio 57: Nancy Cordes) The House & Senate races reviewed; maps shown; details given about the race between Senator Mary Landrieu & Bill Cassidy in Louisiana. [New Orleans voter Renee SACHS‡, Atlanta voter Kenneth COLLURO‡- offer views on Congress and campaign ads.]

(Studio 57: Scott Pelley, Bob Schieffer) How these elections are a referendum on President Obama and Republicans discussed.

(Studio 57: John Dickerson) The importance of battleground states, including Colorado, reviewed.

(Studio 57: Scott Pelley) Report introduced.

(Studio 57: Bill Whitaker) The governors’ races reviewed; details given about the race between Martha Coakley† & Charlie Baker† in Massachusetts and Sam Brownback† & Paul Davis in Kansas.

Pelley, Scott;
Cordes, Nancy;
Bob, Scott Pelley,;
Dickerson, John;
Whitaker, Bill

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