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Campaign 2014 / Midterm Elections #1081728

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Nov 01, 2014
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(Studio: Deborah Feyerick) Live discussion held with CNN political director David Chalian† about Tuesday’s midterm elections with control of the Senate at stake. [CHALIAN – says there are 10 competitive Senate races {map shown}; notes some states are suffering from President Obama’s unpopularity; comments on the tone of the attack ads.] Live discussion held with CNN political analyst David Gergen about the midterms. [GERGEN – says at least 3 seats will flip to the Republicans; notes Senator Harry Reid’s remarks on Iowa; comments on the outlook for the next 2 years; talks about the early voters; comments on other races and off-season elections; says there are a new generation candidates who hate the politics of the past, including Georgia’s Michelle Dunn and Seth Moulton†† in Massachusetts.]
Feyerick, Deborah

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