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Campaign 2014 / Ebola Virus #1081755

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Nov 02, 2014
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(Studio: Deborah Feyerick) Report introduced.

(Battleground states across the country: Dana Bash) The issue of Ebola in the midterm elections featured; map shown of states with tight Senate races; details given about the Republican push against government incompetence with President Obama at the helm; statistics on the public view on the handling of the Ebola crisis cited; campaign ad from David Perdue† shown; scenes shown of Senate candidate Rick Weiland† singing a campaign song. [Senate candidate Scott BROWN – says there is a fear that this and other types of diseases will come into our country.] [Senate candidate Joni ERNST†- says our president should have taken the lead on these issues.] [Ernst opponent Representative Bruce BRALEY†- recounts his efforts to address Ebola.] [Senate candidate Greg ORMAN†- criticizes Senators Mitch McConnell & Harry Reid.]

(Studio: Deborah Feyerick) Live conversation held with “The Daily Caller” columnist Mickey Kaus† about Ebola as an election issue. [KAUS – says Ebola is fair game in the elections; explains his idea for Ebola quarantines.]

Feyerick, Deborah;
Bash, Dana

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