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Campaign 2006 / The Vote / Single Females #842903

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Oct 26, 2006
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(Studio: John King) Report introduced.

(Bucks County, Pennsylvania: Dana Bash) The role of single young females as a targeted voting bloc examined; statistics cited; TV ad campaign to get out these "Sex in the City" voters shown. [Pizza worker Maryanne RANDAZZO†- explains why she won't vote; comments on the health insurance issue.] [Women's Voices, Women Vote Page GARDNER†- says they are a potent political force; describes the lives of these women.] [Pollster Anna GREENBERG†- predicts unmarried women will vote Democratic.]

(Studio: John King) The "raw data" on campaign spending in 2006 outlined on screen.

King, John;
Bash, Dana

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