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America Votes 2002: Presidential Push / Minnesota #713796

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Nov 03, 2002
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(Washington: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(St. Paul, Minnesota: Kelly Wallace) President Bush’s appearances to campaign for Republican candidates featured; scenes shown of Bush with Norm Coleman in Minnesota, John Thune†† in South Dakota and campaigning in Illinois. [BUSH – praises Minnesota Senator Paul Wellstone, who died in a plane crash; campaigns in Illinois.] [Bush advisor Mary MATALIN†† – comments on the Congressional balance of power and Bush’s approval rating.]

(Washington: Anderson Cooper) CNN/”Time” poll on public support of Bush cited.

(St. Paul, Minnesota: Bob Franken) The close Minnesota Senate race between Coleman and replacement candidate Walter Mondale featured; campaign ads for Mondale shown. [BUSH – campaigns for Coleman.] The tone of campaign ads in the wake of Wellstone’s death mentioned.

(Washington: Anderson Cooper) Tomorrow’s debate between Coleman & Mondale and CNN election coverage noted.

Cooper, Anderson;
Wallace, Kelly;
Franken, Bob

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