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Alabama / Senate Race / Moore vs. Jones / A Discussion #1118626

CNN Evening News for Monday, Dec 11, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Birmingham: Alex Marquardt) The eve of the Alabama Senate election with candidates Doug Jones & Roy Moore, who has been accused of sexual misconduct, with former President Obama, former Vice President Joe Biden, Duval Patrick & Corey Booker campaigning for Jones in this off-year election discussed; Jones campaign scenes shown.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Midland City, Alabama: Kaitlan Collins) The Moore campaign that mirrors the playbook of President Trump, how Moore did not campaign for several days featured; scenes shown of Steve Bannon speaking.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's David Gergen & Dana Bash about Moore & the election. [BASH - offers views on how Moore is keeping a low profile, the implications for the state if Moore wins, Republican Condoleezza Rice's call for black voters to support Jones.] [GERGEN - offers views on Senator Richard Shelby opposing Moore, how the polls are all over the place, the huge stakes in this Senate race in a most conservative state so what the message would be if a Democrat wins, the problems in getting out the black vote since Obama.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Marquardt, Alex;
Collins, Kaitlan

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