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Decision 2009 / Local Elections #960034

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 03, 2009
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Election night in several states introduced.

(Washington: Chuck Todd) Whether these elections are a referendum on President Obama examined; details given about the Virginia gubernatorial race between Creigh Deeds† and Bob McDonnell, the race in New Jersey between Governor Jon Corzine, Chris Christie and Chris Daggett, and a Congressional race in upstate New York where Republican Dede Scozzafava†† dropped out and endorsed Democrat Bill Owens rather than conservative Doug Hoffman; Deeds campaign ad featuring Obama and a Corzine ad shown. [Vice President Joe Biden; from Fox News, talk show host Rush LIMBAUGH; former Mayor Rudolph GIULIANI – comment on Republican infighting.] Exit poll data from Virginia and New Jersey cited. The lack of energy among Democrats discussed.

Reporter(s):
Williams, Brian;
Todd, Chuck
Duration:
00:03:20

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