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Campaign 2004 / Congress #770051

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 03, 2004
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Capitol Hill: Ed Henry) The stunning sweep for Congressional Republicans on election night examined; details given of the defeat of Democratic leader Senator Tom Daschle & of the Republican agenda for the Senate. [Senator George ALLEN†- outlines the message for the Democrats.] [After losing, DASCHLE - says he likes sunrises better.] [Senate majority leader Bill FRIST - talks about energy policy.] [Democratic minority leader Representative Nancy PELOSI - cites party loses.] [Former Clinton counsel Jack QUINN†- talks about Democratic relations with President Bush.]

Brown, Aaron;
Henry, Ed

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