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Your Vote (Minnesota: Foley Scandal) #840646

ABC Evening News for Friday, Oct 06, 2006
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) The call from New Jersey Senate candidate Tom Kean, Jr., for Speaker of the House Dennis Hastert†† to resign due to the scandal involving resigned Representative Mark Foley noted. ABC weekly series "Your Vote" introduced.

(Anoka, Minnesota: Dean Reynolds) The campaigning in Minnesota by Democratic Congressional candidate Patty Wetterling† on the Foley scandal issue examined; TV ad shown. [WETTERLING - says she speaks out for child abuse.] [KSTP-TV political reporter Tom HAUSER†- says the child protection issue has energized Wetterling's campaign.] [Republican candidate Michele BACHMANN†- outlines the issues.] [University of Minnesota professor Kathryn PEARSIN†- says this is an issue voters are talking about.] [Three VOTERS - react.]

Gibson, Charles;
Reynolds, Dean

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