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(Studio: Scott Pelley) Report introduced.
(White House: Major Garrett) The efforts of Democrats running in the midterm elections to distance themselves from President Obama featured; scenes shown of Kentucky Senate candidate Alison Lundergan Grimes campaigning with former President Bill Clinton; Maryland gubernatorial Anthony Brown’s campaign ad with Clinton endorsement shown. [On Rev. Al Sharpton's radio show, OBAMA – says a lot of the contested states are states he didn’t win.] [GRIMES – explains why she won’t say whether she voted for Obama.]
(Studio: Scott Pelley, Nancy Cordes) The chances that Republicans will win the 6 seats they need to take control of the Senate discussed; map of Republican locks and Democrat vulnerabilities shown; battleground tracker graphic shown.
- Pelley, Scott;
- Garrett, Major;
- Nancy, Scott Pelley,
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