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FNC Evening News for Saturday, Nov 04, 2006
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(Studio: Shepard Smith) Report introduced.

(St. Louis: Carl Cameron) The Democrats’ efforts to gain control of the Senate by winning the tight Senate races in Missouri, Virginia, Tennessee, Montana featured; photos shown of Montana candidates John Tester† and Senator Conrad Burns†, and the 3 Republican Senators expected to lose: Mike DeWine†, Rick Santorum†, Lincoln Chafee†; poll averages cited.

(Studio: Shepard Smith) Report introduced.

(Knoxville, Tennessee: Jonathan Serrie) Senate candidates Harold Ford, Jr.† and Bob Corker’s campaigns at the University of Tennessee football game against LSU featured. [FORD – says we’ve won the exit polls.]

(Studio: Shepard Smith) The GOP’s complaints about fraud after voting machine activation cards went missing in west Tennessee noted.

(Greeley, Colorado: Greg Kelly) President Bush’s stump speech for Republicans in Colorado reviewed; details given on the impact of the evangelical minister Ted Haggard†† sex scandal on Republican voter turnout. [BUSH – says a vote for a Republican is a vote for low taxes and a strong economy.]

(Studio: Shepard Smith) Former President Bill Clinton’s campaigns for Democrats in Michigan and Florida noted.

Smith, Shepard;
Cameron, Carl;
Serrie, Jonathan;
Kelly, Greg

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