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Politics: Midterm Elections / Senate #1399440

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Nov 13, 2022
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(Studio: Lilia Luciano) Report introduced.

(Capitol Hill" Natalie Brand) The crucial victory for President Biden & the Democrats with the victory in Nevada for Senator Catherine Cortez Masto guaranteeing a majority in the Senate with Republicans concerned about former President Trump's plans to run again examined; details given about the outcome of races for election deniers, the still undecided Arizona governor's race between Katie Hobbs & Kari Lake. [CORTEZ MASTO, Senator Chuck SCHUMER, Representative-elect Cory MILLS, Representative Bill CASSIDAY, Senator Tom COTTON - comment after the elections.] The party's reaction to Trump's coming announcement about a third term run & other Republican candidates like Florida Governor Ron DeSantis &Governor Larry Hogan discussed.

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Luciano, Lilia
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00:03:00

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