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You Decide 2006 #909083

FNC Evening News for Sunday, Oct 22, 2006
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(Studio: Trace Gallagher) “Barrons” magazine’s predictions for the congressional elections and Senator Barack Obama†’s possible 2008 presidential candidacy cited. [On “Meet the Press,” OBAMA†- says he has not decided yet.] Senator Hillary Clinton’s debate with challenger John Spencer† in New York reported. [SPENCER†- says Clinton would make a good presidential candidate.] [CLINTON†- says she has not decided on her future plans.]

(New York: David Lee Miller) The impact of corruption scandals on New York’s national political image featured; details given on the scandals involving assemblyman Brian McLaughlin††, assemblywoman Gloria Davis††, Senator Guy Velella††, and assemblyman Clarence Norman††. [“New York Post” state editor Fred DICKER†- comments.] The impact of former police commissioner Bernie Kerik††’s scandal on former mayor Rudy Giuliani†† noted. [Political consultant Mike PAUL†- comments.]

Gallagher, Trace;
Miller, David Lee

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