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In Depth (Decision 2006 / Florida / Harris) #846760

NBC Evening News for Friday, Oct 13, 2006
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Lakeland, Florida: Mark Potter) Florida candidate Katherine Harris’s uphill battle in the senate race against incumbent Bill Nelson featured; scenes shown from the campaign trail and of President Bush mentioning her while campaigning for other Florida candidates; details recalled of Harris’s role in the controversial 2000 presidential election. [May 8, Florida Governor Jeb BUSH†- says he doesn’t believe she can win.] [Florida Voter Poll president Jim KANE†- notes Harris’s campaign & personal issues.] [HARRIS – explains why Republican leaders do not support her.]

Williams, Brian;
Potter, Mark

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