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You Decide 2006 / Nevada, Missouri, Illinois #909585

FNC Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 31, 2006
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(Escondido, California: Shepard Smith) The reopened investigation into Representative Jim Gibbons’ alleged assault on a waitress, and a former housekeeper’s claims that Gibbons hired her knowing she was an illegal immigrant noted.

(Las Vegas: Rick Leventhal) The scandal’s effect on the gubernatorial race reviewed; details given on the judge’s orders to release the security video of the alleged attack. [Gibbons’ attorney Don CAMPBELL†- claims Gibbons is innocent.]

(Escondido, California: Shepard Smith) Scenes shown of candidates greeting people in St. Louis, Missouri.

(St. Louis: Carl Cameron) The senatorial race between Democratic candidate Claire McCaskill† and Republican Jim Talent†† in Missouri featured; scenes shown of Talent with White House spokesman Tony Snow†, Senator Kit Bond††, Senator Bill Frist††, and of McCaskill greeting black voters at a restaurant. [TALENT – says he’ll win.] [SNOW†- tells the crowd to be proud.] [McCASKILL†- expresses optimism.]

(Escondido, California: Shepard Smith) Report introduced.

(Chicago: Steve Brown) The congressional race in Illinois between Republican Peter Roskam† and Democrat Tammy Duckworth† reviewed; scenes shown of Senator John McCain with Roskam yesterday, Duckworth with actor Michael J. Fox; polls statistics cited. [NRCC spokesman Carl FORTI†- on the polls.] [Representative Chris Van HOLLEN†- says people want to clean up Washington.]

Smith, Shepard;
Leventhal, Rick;
Cameron, Carl;
Brown, Steve

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