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2010 Elections / Tea Party #974003

CBS Evening News for Friday, Jun 04, 2010
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(Studio: Katie Couric) Mitt Romney’s visit to Arizona to campaign for Senator John McCain, who is facing a challenge from a Tea Party candidate, noted.

(Chicago: Dean Reynolds) The challenge facing Tea Party candidates in the general elections featured; details given about the Nevada race between establishment Republican Sue Lowden and Tea Party candidate Sharron Angle†, the views of North Carolina Congressional candidate Tim d'Annunzio† and the uncertain electability of Kentucky Senate candidate Rand Paul. [January 19, Senator Scott BROWN – credits the independent voice of Massachusetts.] [Political analyst John DICKERSON†- says the passion of the primaries doesn’t play so well in general elections.] [ANGLE – talks about socialism taking over.] [“The Rothenberg Political Report” Stuart ROTHENBERG†- notes Republican officials aren’t sure these untested candidates are politically savvy and astute enough to win.]

Couric, Katie;
Reynolds, Dean

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