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Politics: Midterm Elections / Arizona, Georgia / . A Discussion #1398126

CNN Evening News for Friday, Nov 04, 2022
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A Keeping Them Honest look at "The Normal, and the Not" in the midterm elections with normal issues & not normal views on not saying they will support the results if the lose & the four election deniers in Arizona reviewed. [Senator Ron JOHNSON - says he cannot predict what the Democrats may have planned.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Scottsdale: Kyung Lah) The voter view behind the election in Arizona & what Senate candidate Blake Masters said about pocketbook issues while supporting the stolen election lie discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Atlanta: Dianne Gallagher) The election concerns in Georgia on the final day of in person voting for Senator Raphael Warnock & Herschel Walker & the gubernatorial rematch between Brian Kemp & Stacey Abrams discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's David Axelrod, Abby Phillip & Harry Enten about the elections. [AXELROD, ENTEN, PHILLIP - offer views on the Senate races in Arizona; Georgia, Pennsylvania, on the gravity of these races, one the focus of the Democrats & the Republicans with some culture issues being brought up, how midterm results tie to presidential approval rates so if they lose one race, they lose control of the Senate with the Pennsylvania race being the key & with former President Trump to campaign in the state tomorrow, the lack of a Republican agenda with tax cuts backed, how the party in power always loses in the off-year,]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Lah, Kyung;
Gallagher, Dianne
Duration:
00:11:40

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