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Nightline: The '86 Vote #657125

ABC Special for Tuesday, Nov 04, 1986

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  • ABC "Nightline" re: 1986 Senatorial, Gubernatorial, and Congressional election results, with emphasis on the Senatorial results.
  • Taped segment examining the reasons why Democrats won control of the Senate.
  • Reporters: Ted Koppel, David Brinkley, Peter Jennings, George Will, Jeff Greenfield, Lynn Sherr, Brit Hume, Hal Bruno.
  • Excerpts of statements by Barbara Mikulski, Michael Dukakis, Paula Hawkins, Bob Edgar, William Lucas, Paul Laxalt, Tom Richards, and unidentified others.
  • Live discussion with Bob Dole, Paul Laxalt, Joseph Biden, Gary Hart.
  • Reporter(s):
    Brinkley, David;
    Jennings, Peter;
    Will, George;
    Greenfield, Jeff;
    Sherr, Lynn;
    Hume, Brit;
    Bruno, Hal

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