ABC Evening News for Sunday, Nov 01, 1998
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) The last days of campaigning before Tuesday's elections introduced.
(White House: Mike von Fremd) The elections featured; scenes shown from a church service attended by President Clinton. [CLINTON - comments.] The Maryland governor's race between Parris Glendening and Ellen Sauerbrey cited as an example.
(Studio: Carole Simpson) The key races to watch delineated. [Des Moines Register David YEPSEN - says the Clinton issue has energized the races; comments on the Illinois Senate race for Carol Moseley-Braun.] ["Boston Globe" Jill ZUCKERMAN - predicts a low voter turnout and the importance of the New York Senate race between Senator Alfonse D'Amato and Representative Charles Schumer.] ["Los Angeles Times" Mark BARABAK - cites the importance of the California governor's race between Lieutenant Governor Gray Davis and Republican Dan Lungren because of reapportionment.] [Emory University Merle BLACK - says a big victory by Texas Governor George W. Bush could set him up to run for the presidency in 2000.]
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