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Senate / Elections #112520

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Oct 23, 1988
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(Studio: Sam Donaldson) Report introduced.

(DC: Cokie Roberts) Fight for control of Senate in elections featured. [On "This Wk., "Senator Robert DOLE - hopes voters vote for Republican ticket.] [Senators Rudy BOSCHWITZ, John KERRY - discuss "coattail" effect in Senate races.] Senator races outlined on screen;advertisement for Connecticut Senator Lowell Weicker, who is running against Joe Lieberman, shown. [In New Jersey, Senator Frank LAUTENBERG - debates opponent Pete Dawkins.] television ads. from Mississippi campaign between Senator Trent Lott and Wayne Dowdy and from Florida campaign between Representatives Buddy MacKay and Representative Connie Mack shown. ABC News poll on projected Senator races outlined on screen.

Donaldson, Sam;
Roberts, Cokie

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