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Inside Story (Senate Races) #769900

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 02, 2004
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Studio: Lesley Stahl) The races in this election that will determine which political party controls the Senate featured; map shown of toss-up states; details given of John Thune’s challenge to Senator Tom Daschle in South Dakota, the vulnerability of Senate incumbents Lisa Murkowski†† in Alaska and Jim Bunning†† in Kentucky, and the likelihood that Barack Obama will win in Illinois. [BUNNING – comments on challenges to his mental competency.] The expectation that Republicans will maintain their majority in the House noted.

(Studio: Dan Rather) Map shown of states with ballot propositions on banning same-sex marriage, capping medical malpractice awards, electoral voting, raising the minimum wage & stem cell research.

Rather, Dan;
Stahl, Lesley

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