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You Decide 2006 / House #910335

FNC Evening News for Saturday, Nov 04, 2006
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(Studio: Shepard Smith) The Democratic Party’s attempts to win control of the House by picking up key seats noted.

(Norristown, Pennsylvania: Major Garrett) The fight over control of the House featured; details given on the importance of Pennsylvania’s 6th District; scenes shown of Democratic Governor Ed Rendell†† at a rally. [Representative Nancy PELOSI†- asks the crowd if they are ready to pick up 15 seats in the House.]

(Studio: Shepard Smith) Vice President Dick Cheney’s campaigns for Republicans in Wyoming and Colorado noted.

(Pleasanton, California: Adam Housley) The battle for House seats in California between Republican Representative Richard Pombo† and Democratic opponent Jerry McNerney† featured; details given on actor Ben Affleck and actress Jennifer Garner†’s endorsement for McNerney and First Lady Laura Bush’s support for Pombo. [GARNER†- says everyone is ready for a change.] [At a Pombo rally, BUSH – says this election is critical.]

Smith, Shepard;
Garrett, Major;
Housley, Adam

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