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Connecticut / Senate Primary / Iraq War #835493

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Aug 06, 2006
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(Studio: Dan Harris) Report introduced.

(Capitol Hill: Jake Tapper) The grueling Democratic primary battle for Senator Joseph Lieberman against challenger Ned Lamont due to his support for the war in Iraq examined; scenes shown of the Lieberman campaign in a church in Bridgeport, Connecticut; details given of the significance for the Democratic Party & for the 2008 presidential race. [Newark, New Jersey, Mayor Cory BOOKER†- backs Lieberman.] [LAMONT, LIEBERMAN - campaign.] [Former speaker of the Connecticut house Irv STOLBERG†- says Lieberman is wrong.]

Harris, Dan;
Tapper, Jake

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