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Campaign 2004 / Bush vs. Kerry / Ohio / Florida #770055

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

(Columbus, Ohio: Dan Lothian) How the evangelical faithful came out for President Bush in the key state of Ohio examined; details given about exit polling about moral values. [Republican voters Lynn RANSBOTTOM†, Lester & Bonnie PIFER†- backs Bush's commitment.] [Parishioner Christy LIEDTKE†, Grace Brethren Church Pastor Bill SNELL†- say Bush was adamantly against gay marriage & America is God-centered.] [Ohio State University professor Bert ROCKMAN†- analyzes the vote.] [Democratic voter Gina GINNETTI†- reacts.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Orlando, Florida: Susan Candiotti) The voter turnout in Florida where Bush won by five percentage points over Senator John Kerry examined; details given about the role of Hispanic voters. [Two Florida VOTERS, Republican volunteer James COOK†- back Bush.] [Florida Governor Jeb BUSH - says it was inappropriate to change leaders in the time of war.] [Kerry supporter Dan LASOTA†- reacts.]

Brown, Aaron;
Lothian, Dan;
Candiotti, Susan

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