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New Jersey / Governors Race #959304

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Oct 22, 2009
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(Studio: Katie Couric) The campaign spending by incumbent Jon Corzine, Chris Christie† and Chris Daggett† in the New Jersey gubernatorial election cited.

(Hackensack, New Jersey: Jeff Greenfield) The challenge to Corzine that may be a reflection on the Democrats examined; anti-Christie ad shown; scenes shown of President Obama campaigning for Corzine. [CORZINE – says every official takes on some water when you take on tough issues.] [Rutgers University Cliff ZUKIN†- states people do not want 4 more years.] [CHRISTIE – says this race is about me and Corzine.] [DAGGETT – comments on running as an independent.]

Couric, Katie;
Greenfield, Jeff

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