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Midterm Elections / Mississippi Senate #1132323

CNN Evening News for Monday, Nov 26, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Jackson, Mississippi: Martin Savidge) The discovery of two nooses at the state capital in on the eve of the Senate runoff election between Senator Cindy Hyde=Smith & Mike Espy examined; details given about the damaging disclosures about Hyde-Smith with her support of Confederate resolutions, shown wearing a Confederate hat. [President TRUMP - campaigns for Hyde-Smith.] [HYDE-SMITH - apologizes {about her hanging comment}.] [ESPY - responds.] Espy TV ad shown. The indications from the limited polling about the runoff election & the last night of campaigning from both candidates discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Savidge, Martin

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