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Alabama / Senate Election / Moore vs. Jones / A Discussion #1118637

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 12, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Studio: David Chalian) The early vote in the Alabama Senate race between Roy Moore & Doug Jones as the polls close examined; exit polls on the voting by Republicans & Democrats & by race cited.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Nia-Malika Henderson, David Axelrod, Gloria Borger, Bakari Sellers, Rick Santorum, Amanda Carpenter & Jen Psaki about the election now too close to call. [BORGER, AXELROD, HENDERSON, SELLERS, SANTORUM, PSAKI, CARPENTERĀ - offer views on the high black voter turnout, how Jones is underperforming with white educated white voters, what is being said about the black voter enthusiasm how Moore is the flashpoint in the campaign, how this race previews elections in 2018 & 2020, what issues motivated the voters, the re-energized African-American community, how Moore is a weak candidate with "stuff" other than sexual misconduct by Moore.]

(Studio: David Chalian) The demographics of white voters with/without college degrees assessed; vote statistics cited.

(Studio: Wolf Blitzer, John King) At 7:12, early vote figures from absentee ballot discussed; voter map shown.

Cooper, Anderson;
Chalian, David;
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