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Politics: Midterm Elections #1398233

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 09, 2022
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(Studio: David Muir) The outcome of the midterm elections with a split decision across the country examined; details given about the results in the Senate races in Pennsylvania. Georgia, Nevada & Arizona. Report introduced.

(White House: Mary Bruce) The issue of the vote & control of Congress featured. [President BIDEN - says democracy is who we are & we lost fewer states than expected; states he intends to run in 2024.] [Pennsylvania Senator-elect John FETTERMAN - comments on his win.] Biden's phone call tonight with Representative Kevin McCarthy about areas of compromise discussed.

(Studio: David Muir, Rick Klein) The voting in Nevada {Senator Catherine Cortez Masto & Adam Laxalt), Arizona {Senator Mark JKlelly & Bake Masters} & Georgia {Senator Raphael Warnock & Herschel Walker} to determine control of the Senate discussed; electronic vote statistics cited.

(Studio: David Muir) Report introduced.

(Studio: Jonathan Karl) The reaction of former President Trump to the elections examined; Trump quoted; details given of the losses of candidates he supported in Pennsylvania, New Hampshire, the big win for Florida Governor Ron DeSantis. [September, New Hampshire candidates Don BLODUC, Senator Maggie HASSAN - questions the voting; criticizes the big lie.] Trump's plans to announce his candidacy next week despite people telling him to hold off until after the Georgia runoff discussed.

Muir, David;
Bruce, Mary;
Rick, David Muir,;
Karl, Jonathan

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